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Utah Public Radio has partnered with The Salt Lake Tribune and American Public Media to create the Utah Public Insight Network (UPIN) -- a database of people whose one-of-a-kind experiences, ideas and expertise can help us better report and tell stories that matter.UPR listeners can add their voices to future stories and drive news coverage by becoming part of our UPIN source network and answering questions -- via email or here on upr.org -- about topics that affect Utahns. Your information will never be used for marketing or fundraising purposes, and we will never quote you without first getting your explicit permission.Join UPIN or Answer a Query Below.

UPIN Asks: Do you have concerns about your home's water quality?

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How aware are you about your house and property's water intake? Do you know where your water comes from? Do you have safety concerns about your water? Do you have a water-treatment routine? 

If you can answer any of these questions, consider becoming a *UPIN source.

Click here to become a source for Utah Public Radio.

Ways to care for the water we have and other water-related ideas will be shared during the next Green Futures Learning Series in Logan. Utah Public Radio will join residents and water experts on May 18 at 6 p.m. at Logan City Hall. You can share with us your ideas on ways you live well with the water you have.

 

***By clicking the link above, you can answer our survey about water. You will become a source for the Utah Public Insight Network, a database of people whose one-of-a-kind experiences, ideas and expertise can help us better report and tell stories that matter.

 

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