Date: June 9, 2018
A free community event! Held in conjunction with Utah's Division of Wildlife Free
Fishing Day. Come enjoy local music, free fishing, and fun activities while learning
about water conservation, water quality, wildlife, recycling, energy, and the Bear
River Watershed at Willow Park in Logan, UT.
Date: Middle of September
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 Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and Logan City.
Date: May 7-13
A safe, reliable water supply is critical to the success of any community. We often take water supply for granted until it is threatened, either by drought, water main breaks, or some other event. In 2007, in an effort to promote the importance of this precious resource, then governor Jon Huntsman Jr. signed legislation designating a state-wide water week, declaring the first full week in May as Water Week.
Date: April 22, 2017
A natural resource competition for high school students. Students form teams of five
and test their knowledge in aquatic ecology, forestry, soil/land-use, wildlife, and
a current environmental issue that changes annually. The winner of Utah's Envirothon
competes at the North American Envirothon.
Date: Throughout the School Year
A program to inform 4th graders about watersheds, aquatic insects and the importance
of water quality in the environment. USU Water Quality Extension works in conjunction
with other county extension offices, state parks, health departments, and the forest
Date: Workshops in the Summer
A 5-day educator workshop to introduce Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global
Positioning System (GPS). Educators are taught how to use these technologies, and
are provided with tools and resources to implement the technologies into their curriculum.
Date: Throughout the Summer
An educator workshop about how to use the Stream Side Science Lesson Manual. This manual demonstrates how to use simple water monitoring techniques to teach science, geography, and math concepts in a hands-on fashion. Each lesson is matched with the Utah Core Curriculum.