Water is Life: Quality Matters
Utah's third STATEWIDE trails and waterways cleanup was a success! Thanks for your participation in this event, we look forward to having you join us again in 2023.
More Details to Follow.
Remember, any trash collected has a positive impact!
Become A Utah Water Watch Volunteer
Utah Water Watch is a free program and is open to volunteers of all ages.
The USU Spring Runoff Conference is held nearly annually to provide a forum for interdisciplinary sharing and exchange of ideas on water-related issues in Utah and the Intermountain Region extending to all aspects of water science, ecology, policy, engineering, and management. The conference was held on Tuesday March 29, 2022 at the Eccles Conference Center at USU.
Recordings from the conference are posted here.
The Bear River Celebration and Free Fishing Day is a free community event full of hands-on educational activities for youth and their families. After two years off due to the pandemic, the Bear River Celebration was back! With the participation of many community members the event was a success.
Thanks for all the participation this year, at the 18th annual Bear River Celebration. We hope to have you join us next year.
Click the image to see images and activities from past years of this event.
The Utah Drought Information System is a user-interactive webpage developed from a BOR WaterSMART project that aims at providing historical and forecast drought-related data to state professionals. This great database can be found at the Utah Climate Center at Utah State University's website.
Click the image to visit the Utah Climate Center's Drought Information System.
GottaGoUtah.org was created to give tips on how to properly dispose of your waste when you gotta go in the outdoors. Help keep our Beautiful Utah trails and landscapes stay clean and safe by doing your part.
Visit our page to learn when you need to dig a cat hole, pack out your waste or find a dump station on your next trip.
Smallfarmneighbor.org was created to give water quality tips and tricks to keep your small farms healthy and your neighbors happy.
Click on the picture to find out how small farmers and backyard gardeners can protect our waterways.
Stream Side Science allows teachers to use FREE lesson plans specialized to help students of all ages learn more about watersheds, their important functions, and water pollution/quality.
These lessons are hands-on and we provide the water quality monitoring equipment.
If you are interested in learning more, joining a workshop, or accessing lesson plans see the following link for more information: