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May 12, 2018

Utah Water Watch - Tier 1 Training Park City

UWW Tier 1 training will be held at Park City, Swaner Preserve and Ecocenter - 10am - 1:30pm. Learn the basics of water quality, simple skills to monitor a local lake or stream and help support the statewide monitoring network. Join us for a refresher or as a new volunteer. For questions, contact us at 435-797-2580 or email waterquality@usu.edu.

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May 6-12, 2018

Utah Water Week

Celebrate Water Week, an annual educational campaign designed to provide public awareness and involvement in water issues, both locally and globally. Participate in a local water events and activities, including volunteering to do Water Quality Monitoring with Utah Water Watch. Learn more about water and how you can help ensure water for the future.

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May 5, 2018

Utah Water Watch - Tier 1 Training Salt Lake City

UWW Tier 1 training will be held at Salt Lake City, Glendale Library - 10am - 1:30pm. Learn the basics of water quality, simple skills to monitor a local lake or stream and help support the statewide monitoring network. Join us for a refresher or as a new volunteer. For questions, contact us at 435-797-2580 or email waterquality@usu.edu.

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April 25-26, 2018

Climate Change and Health Symposium- Salt Lake County Health Department

Salt Lake County will be hosting its third annual Climate Change and Health Symposium on April 5-6th of this year. The purpose of this event is to present to the public and to an academic audience the facts about climate change and its relationship to health. We hope to draw in a diverse audience from the community and inspire them to leave thinking about how they can contribute to climate change adaptation. The symposium will be held April 25-26, 2018 at the Jordan Valley Conservation Garden Park, 8215 South 1300 West, West Jordan UT.

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April 21, 2018

Utah Water Watch - Tier 1 Training Logan

UWW Tier 1 training will be held at Logan, USU Merrill-Cazier Library - 9:30am - 1:00pm. Learn the basics of water quality, simple skills to monitor a local lake or stream and help support the statewide monitoring network. Join us for a refresher or as a new volunteer. For questions, contact us at 435-797-2580 or email waterquality@usu.edu.

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