Citizen Monitoring: Educating and Engaging Citizens through Monitoring Activities
Utah Water Watch (UWW) is a water quality education and data collection program that seeks to increase awareness about the importance of water quality and promote stewardship of Utah’s aquatic resources.
Natural Resources Field Days
Monitoring stream health can start at an early age! We will participate with the 4th grade Cache Natural Resources Field Day again this year. Two weeks teaching kids about observing macroinvertebrates collected from the Logan River, exploring their habitat and discussing how they are indicators of water quality. Volunteers needed! Sept 10-14, 17-20. Contact us at email@example.com or for go here for More Information.
New UWW website features
Running short on supplies? Stay ahead of the game and use our new order form. While we prefer to get all volunteers new supplies out at once before the monitoring season, there may be things you need later in the year. You may also contact us - firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-797-2580.
Annual Volunteer and Partner Gathering
We had a small but fun group of volunteers and partners join us this year! There was
some excellent discussion about the sites volunteers monitor and about water quality
management in Utah.
It only gets more important as we move forward to have interested citizens and a strong volunteer base to help monitor Utah's waters.
Thank you volunteers!
All of our June and July data have been successfully entered into the new database location on CitSci.org. If you have any questions about data entry or accessing old data, please contact us at email@example.com or 435-797-2580. Also, see instructions here for joining, submitting and viewing data.
While there continue to be some bumps during the process, we are excited about the additional features the new database provides for easy data entry, including photos and some nice tools for visualizing the data.
Utah Water Week!
Results are in, summary of UWW data during Utah Water Week.
Read our latest newsletter!
News about the starting monitoring season, Utah Water Week, harmful algae training and research and more! 2018 Summer UWW Newsletter