Water is life: quality matters
Our mission: To help people understand the link between the quality of our water, land uses, and everyday activities.
Upcoming Events and Information
Natural Resource Field Days
Volunteers needed! 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.
Protect Your Groundwater DayMORE INFORMATION
For many of us, drinking water comes from groundwater. The USU Water Quality Extension encourages every person to protect public health and the health of the environment by protecting groundwater, beginning on Protect Your Groundwater Day, September 8. Check out our website for information about your drinking water and what you can do to protect it.n
Leave it to Beavers: Nature's Engineers
USU Watershed Sciences researchers Joe Wheaton, Wally Macfarlane and Nick Bouwes are featured in a new university video about their work with beavers and river restoration. Joe is featured speaker for Science Unwrapped Friday, Sept. 11, at 7 pm in ESLC 130.