Category: Water Quality

Gramoll Construction Company

2019 Public Notices Gramoll Construction Company Public Notice (42 KB) Expedited Settlement Agreement (170 KB) Close of Comments February 19, 2019 Email Comments: Harry Campbell Public Hearing: None Type: Enforcement Actions

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Stakeholders and the Watershed Approach:
Watershed Management Program

Who are Stakeholders? Simply put, stakeholders are people who have a stake, or interest, in what occurs in their area. Ultimately this includes all of us depending on where we live, work, and play. The key difference between a stakeholder and the average citizen is that stakeholders take an active role by participating in watershed …

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Planning:
Watershed Management Program

Watershed planning efforts all share a few common traits Inclusiveness and Coordination Watershed Framework Desire to Preserve and/or Improve the Quality of Life and the Environment Long Term Commitment Development of a Watershed Plan Watershed Plan A watershed plan is a document developed by the watershed planning group that includes: Characterization of the watershed (total …

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Monitoring and Assessment:
Watershed Management Program

The Division of Water Quality regularly monitors and assesses our streams and lakes to ensure their designated beneficial uses are supported. Beneficial uses include drinking water, recreation (swimming and boating), aquatic wildlife, and agricultural use (irrigation and stock watering). For more information on please refer to State of Utah’s 305b Report to Congress, individual watershed …

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Coordination:
Watershed Management Program

The Division of Water Quality is committed to coordinating watershed restoration efforts with stakeholders and other agencies. Utah Watershed Coordination Council The Utah Watershed Coordination Council, made up of local watershed committee chairpersons and their staff, meet on a quarterly basis to learn about funding sources and training opportunities. An open forum is also provided …

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Approved TMDLs:
Watershed Management Program

  Menu Additional Information Draft TMDLs for Public Comment In-Progress TMDL Studies Other Water Quality Studies Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) Bear River (Lower) (4 MB) Bear River (Including Spring Creek (Lewiston), Cub River, Logan River, and High Creek)¬†(206 KB) Bear River (Upper, Including Saleratus Creek) Beaver River Watershed (Beaver River, Minersville Reservoir, Puffer Lake, …

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