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Watershed Planning in the News

Popular RainHarvest program offers rain barrels at discount

(KSL.com, April 11, 2019)

Jordan River: Monitoring Ecological Change with Smartphones and Social Media

(DEQ Blog, June 4, 2018)

Jordan River trash boom targets floating garbage, protects Great Salt Lake wetlands

(Deseret News, March 26, 2018)

Hundreds of recycled Christmas trees put to work along Jordan River Trail 

(Fox 13, February 14, 2018)

Taking it to the bank: Project aims to shore up Jordan River (Photos) 

(Deseret News, February 14, 2018)

Watershed Planners live on KUTV! 

Marian and Lynn talk about the many benefits of waterwise plants and the new Stream Care Guide (Channel 2 KUTV, May 6, 2015)

New Salt Lake County handbook targets stream health 

(Wasatch Water Review, January 13, 2015)

Congratulations

Congratulations to the Jordan River Commission (JRC), Center for Documentary Expression and Art (CDEA), and Salt Lake County Watershed on being recognized by EPA’s Office of Environmental Justice for the Urban Waters Grant! Special thanks to the CDEA for leading the school residencies that make up the core of this effort and the JRC for leading the effort behind the interactive website.

Read more... (EPA Blog, Environmental Justice in Action, 6/10/14) 

Volunteer monitors sought to help track Utah’s water quality: Symposium focuses on keeping water clean 

(Salt Lake Tribune, 9/26/12)

A river battle against invasive species  

(Salt Lake Tribune, 12/6/11)

Jordan River Parkway recognized in America's Great Outdoors Report  

(Salt Lake Tribune, 10/24/11) 

Officials praise Midvale Slag Restoration on Jordan River 

(Salt Lake Tribune, 10/3/11) 

Midvale Slag Jordan River Restoration Project benefits Midvale Economy 

(Deseret News, August 12, 2011)

Midvale Slag Project in it's final phase with Jordan River restoration 

(Salt Lake Tribune, January 12, 2011)

Paid parking up the Canyon? Protecting watershed point of symposium 

(August 4, 2010)

A New Vision for the Jordan River 

(August 29, 2009)