Water is life: quality matters
Our mission: To help people understand the link between the quality of our water, land uses, and everyday activities.
We are excited to continue to provide information and outreach programs about protecting our important water resources. Keep an eye on the calendar for upcoming events in your area and learn about some changes to our office in this iutah article.
No Dumping, Drains to River
On Saturday, October 10th, a group of students led by Arthur Wallis, Water Quality Extension Intern, painted stencils around stormdrains on USU Campus as a reminder that they are connected to the rivers. The project was started over concerns about what was being dumped around campus. The pollutants drain into our local rivers and streams and cause water quality problems that affect drinking water and wildlife.
Natural Resource Field Days
A program for 4th graders in Cache County to discover the natural resources in Logan Canyon. Stations focus on teaching water quality, plants, soils, and wildlife of the area. Some partners involved include U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, and Cache County Extension. Check out the coverage of the 2015 program: Utah Public Radio released Sept 23rd; Herald Journal article from Sept 24th; Aggie TV News.