Many people heading to the Olmsted Hydroelectric Power Plant’s open house on Sept. 19 will look at its future in preserving water for coming generations. Paul Pierpont comes to it with a different perspective. As the Bonneville Unit manager for... (Read More)
Have you had a chance to read Central Utah Water Conservancy District’s 2017 annual report yet?
It looks back at a year of plenty – a near-record-breaking snowpack, for starters – and with its analysis of our safe and secure water supply... (Read More)
The Wells at Vineyard project is making progress, with all of the planned groundwater wells currently under construction. This project includes developing three new groundwater wells and installing a three-mile pipeline in Vineyard City, as part of... (Read More)
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin
We gave our fellow Utahns plenty of reason to look forward to the Central Utah Water Conservancy District’s next Water Festival in late May... (Read More)
Earlier in February, before the surprise snowfall gave Central Utah Water Conservancy District a burst of hope, temperatures rose into the 50's, the spring-like weather tempered by a little rain. It was a far cry from a year ago, when record... (Read More)
Water Week is too much fun to jam into seven days!
After all, it isn’t every day that you get to celebrate water, something we seem to especially appreciate when we’re facing floods or droughts. That’s why you’ll find us stopping at... (Read More)
At the stroke of midnight on March 8, the 2018 Utah State Legislative General Session came to a close after a whirlwind dash through a record 1,364 bills. For 45 days, our legislators pored over the proposals, tweaked some, sent others back for... (Read More)
When the American Water Works Association asked Carolyn Quigley about doing a feature on her non-profit organization Tender Heartbeats, she wasn’t sure why.
Four years earlier, AWWA recognized Quigley, an administrative assistant in the Central... (Read More)
The ‘90's were winding down and no one could understand why Sandy, Utah native Brent V. Andersen, raised in the desert, far from any ocean, had his mind set on building an aquarium.
“It took a little while to catch on,” he said, laughing at... (Read More)