Utah State University Watershed Sciences Raining Plastics In The American West By Harriet Cornachione • Jun 13, 2020 Janice Brahney / Utah State University Listen Listening... / 1:59 A new study from researchers at Utah State University finds tiny pieces of plastic are being transported atmospherically and deposited on western public lands in astounding annual quantities. More Smaller Wildfires May Increase Water Resources In The West, Study Says By Rachel Hager • Nov 5, 2018 Chris Brown, Utah State University Listen Listening... / 1:59 Listen to the audio version of the story here. The land of the western United States is shaped by wildfire and water availability. According to new research from Utah State University, increasing the number of smaller wildfires could increase water resources in the West. Logan River Restoration Continues With Increased Public Input By Julie Kelso • May 30, 2017 Listen Listening... / 1:41 Interview with Sean Keenan, BIO-WEST, about Logan River Restoration The Logan River Task Force, a group of concerned citizens, hydrologist, and recreation specialists have formulated a plan to improve environmental and social ecosystem services along the Logan River.