Great discussion with Sarah Shechter Assistant Utah Attorney General unpacking the significance and substance of Utah’s Water Rights General Adjudication process.
A soothing balm for our turbulent time. Great discussion with Paige Byron Curry on the history, importance, and redevelopment of Astoria Hot Springs – a very special place and reminder of the cultural importance of water.
Soren Simonsen Executive Director of the Jordan River Commission discusses the importance of vibrant urban water ways and the Commission’s efforts to revitalize the Jordan River corridor.
Chris Peacock Founder and CEO of AquaOso Technology breaks down his water risk platform and how it is paving the way for better decision making and collaboration. A MUST listen.
Erica Gaddis breaks down her role as the Director of the Utah Division of Water Quality and the Division’s top priorities for the future. Low impact development, nutrient plans, and wastewater treatment upgrades all play a critical role in protecting the State’s waters.
A discussion with Emily Lewis, Utah Water Banking Project Manager, about the Utah Water Banking Project and state wide water marketing report. This educational discussion is intended to inform water users about the status of the project and initial considerations for thinking about potentially developing a water bank in your area.
Laura Ault, Utah Shared Stewardship Coordinator, walks us through current efforts to transform how Utah manages its forest health in key watersheds. This new model moves us toward the goal of integrated inter-agency management and could serve as blueprint for how to manage other connected areas of the water sector.
A talk with Mike Luers of the Snyderville Basin Reclamation District regarding water reclamation and reuse. Interesting tidbits about fish on Prozac and re-framing the narrative on waste water.
A lively discussion with Eric Vogeler about block chain technologies and how they might apply in water concert and assist the future of water management.
Fantastic discussion with Sorenson Engineering on the benefits, considerations, and potential for small hydroelectric facilities in canal and distribution systems.