Outdoor Educational Signs
Utah Water Watch (UWW) installed three stream-side signs near popular recreation areas within the iUTAH’s three experimental watersheds. Each of these signs provide information about why Utah Water Watch monitors water quality in the state and highlights UWW volunteers and the iUTAH scientists that monitor water quality on the Logan River, Red Butte Creek, and the Middle Provo River.
This project was funded by iUTAH’s EOD Innovation Award program, which was aimed at sharing iUTAH research and UWW citizen Science efforts with the public. Through research along these watersheds, iUTAH has sought to understand how water quantity and quality changes as the water flows from the mountains to the valleys and urban-settings.
View each sign below and check out the map to track the data that Utah Water Watch volunteers are collecting at these sites.
This outdoor educational sign is located in front of the Stokes Nature Center along the Logan River.
This outdoor educational sign is located along the Provo River at the Cottonwood access site below Jordanelle Reservoir.
This outdoor educational sign is located along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail at Red Butte Gardens.