The iUTAH EPSCoR project ran from 2012 – 2018, and was a statewide effort, reaching nearly all communities throughout the state to explore how factors such as population growth, climatic variability, land use change, and human behavior affect the sustainability of our water resources. Additionally, iUTAH aimed to enhance Utah’s capacity to meet future water challenges.
The goal of the five-year, $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation was to build Utah’s research capacity through research, training, and education to understand and enhance Utah’s water resources. Project goals were achieved by studying not only the natural water system, but also the people who use and interact with water, and affect water quality and quantity through their actions.
"This website serves as reference and archive for iUTAH EPSCoR program and replaces the site used during the program. This site contains almost all of the content of the old site, and more. Please use the menus or the search function to find content.”