Encyclopedia of Water Terms
Everyone can take part in the effort to keep the planetís water supply clean and drinkable. Every effort counts. This encyclopedia of water terms may inspire some ideas.
Envision Utah was formed to help guide the development of a broadly and publicly supported Quality Growth Strategy — a vision to protect Utah’s environment, economic strength, and quality of life.
Every Last Drop
Every Last Drop is an interactive website which takes a detailed look at how much water we waste on a daily basis and how small changes can make a big difference.
This is an interactive site to help citizens learn how to be more water efficient at home.
Slow the Flow
Slow the Flow. Save H2O. is a media campaign funded by the Governor's Water Conservation Team (GWCT)—which consists of five of Utah's largest water conservation districts and the Utah Division of Water Conservation. Schedule a Free Water Check.
SAHRA - Sustainability of semi-Arid Hydrology and Riparian Areas
SAHRA's mission is to promote sustainable management of water resources in semi-arid regions. SAHRA produces information, analysis, curricula, expertise, and information that can increase hydrologic literacy and positively impact water policy and water resources management.
The Salt Lake County Stormwater Coalition hosts information educating residents about storm water use and protection.
The Story of Bottled Water
An 8 minute video that tells the Story of Bottled Water. It discusses 'manufactured demand' and presents some stunning facts about how pervasive our desire to drink from a bottle is.
People use lots of water for drinking, cooking and washing, but even more for producing things such as food, paper, cotton clothes, etc. The water footprint is an indicator of water use that looks at both direct and indirect water use of a consumer or producer.
Water Resources Planning and Restoration
The Water Resources Planning and Restoration Program (WRPRP) is part of the Flood Control and Engineering Division of Salt Lake County's Public Works Department.
News, links, resources etc. from the American Water Works Association
Western States Water Council (WSWC)
WSWC consists of representatives appointed by the governors of 18 Western states providing evaluation of impacts, laws and programs effecting water management, resources and conservation among the Western States.