In everything we do, from construction and maintenance, to administration and education, water conservation is our highest priority at Central Utah Water Conservancy District. We believe it is our responsibility to conserve water for both current... (Read More)
Obviously, we all know that drinking an adequate amount of water every day is important for our health. It keeps us hydrated, and it allows our kidneys to function properly, and the rest of our body to perform to the best of its abilities.
While... (Read More)
The average American family uses more than 300 gallons of water per day at home in bathrooms, kitchens and in laundry rooms. Here are some easy ways to conserve our most precious natural resource — and save money on your water bill:
Laundry... (Read More)
If you enjoy fishing in Utah's lakes and rivers, you may be familiar with the June sucker, a species of fish that is native to Utah Lake and its tributaries. Recently, the June sucker has made news for achieving something only three other species of... (Read More)
At Central Utah Water, we're passionate about conserving water so we can protect what we have, use it wisely, and provide for the future. One of the many ways we do this is through participation in watershed monitoring programs, such as the Provo... (Read More)
On Nov. 27, we honor the life of George C. Whipple, a man you've probably never heard of before, but who is a pretty big deal in the water world! Take a few minutes and take a not-at-all-boring journey back in time and learn how Mr. Whipple changed... (Read More)
Did you know that drinking enough water can help you avoid getting the flu or a cold this winter? Staying hydrated is not only important if you get the flu or a cold, but studies have shown that drinking enough water can also help prevent you from... (Read More)
Each year on October 23, we take some time to think about what our lives would be like without water. Imagine a Day Without Water is an annual observance organized by The Value of Water Campaign, a group that educates and inspires people about the... (Read More)
As of September 30, the 2018-2019 water year is officially over. In Utah, the water year runs from October 1 through September 30, and over that period of time, we've seen some pretty surprising things!
Now that the numbers are in, we can safely... (Read More)