The holidays are here, but don’t use that as an excuse to take a break from conserving water.
If anything, we need to be become even more vigilant. A single 3-oz. serving of turkey requires 88 gal. of water to produce, and even though that's a... (Read More)
Fifteen minutes, right?
Accidental Conservationists Jason and Monica, still walking on air after getting a $100 rebate from the Central Utah Water Conservancy District for their new EPA WaterSense labeled sprinkler controller, quickly came back... (Read More)
On a recent road trip with a group of young homeschoolers—they were headed for a tour of the Jordanelle hydropower plant—we were struck by the brilliant minds surrounding us.
A casual discussion turned into a brainstorming session. The teens... (Read More)
On Sept. 23, our Central Utah Water Conservancy District’s staff and their families arrived in great numbers, with children and grandchildren in tow coming to what they thought was a wonderful day at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in... (Read More)
Are you thinking about taking advantage of the Central Utah Water Conservancy District’s smart controller sprinkler rebate?
Our Accidental Conservationists–Jason and Monica–jumped at the chance, and it’s been quite the journey. Meet them... (Read More)
Once you know everything that goes into keeping the Provo River Watershed a source of clean and usable water, you’ll find even more reason to celebrate the region at its annual festival. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, the Wasatch... (Read More)
With the hottest July in Utah history behind us, those in the water conservation field are figuring out where it leaves Utahns’ water reserves.
A lack of summer rains means water used for irrigation and other seasonal demands in many parts of... (Read More)
Here at CUWCD, we’re wishing a good friend and valuable co-worker the best as he brings decades of public service in water conservation to a close.
Harold Lee (H. Lee) Wimmer is celebrating his retirement, capping a career, caught on video... (Read More)
It took a couple of tries for the mass assembly of law, fire and health workers to wrangle a water-channeling boom across the raging Duchesne River in an early June deployment exercise, admitted Linda Lefler, the Duchesne area manager for the... (Read More)