Welcome - Upper Sevier River Community Watershed Project Interactive Watersheds US Map
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Located in rural southwestern Utah, the 1.2 million acre Upper SevierRiver Community Watershed Project is a collaborative partnership. spacer
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NOTE! April, 2005: This Interactive Watersheds web site is being provided with complimentary hosting by Mountain Visions.

This site should be viewed as an "archived" project and has not been updated due to budget restraints.

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The mission of the Upper Sevier River Watershed Restoration Project is to demonstrate, by working together as partners, the application of restoration activities that lead to a healthy watershed.

Journey with us, through this interactive web site project. Choose locations throughout the watershed to engage in high quality, immersive and interactive 360 degree panorama Virtual Tours and participate in the on-line Watershed Community Center.

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You will see ongoing efforts to document how large-scale watershed restoration can be achieved and encouraged through the use of technology, community education, and partnerships.
Students show frog samples.

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Last update: 8/27/15

This project supported by a grant awarded to the National Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils, Inc. from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF).

Additional contract administration by Utah State University, College of Natural Resources and Utah Bureau of Land Management.

All content on this website is governed by a Creative Commons License.

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Web site and multimedia production by Mountain Visions, Boise, Idaho

Graphic design by Beth Workman/Zeland Studios, Boise, Idaho

Research and writing by Vicki Tyler, Cedar City, Utah