Drinking Water Well Testing

Drinking Water Well Testing

By on April 27, 2023 |

FREE WELL TESTING EVENT — WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2024: Protect Our Water Jackson Hole (POWJH) received a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environmental Education grant, with a supporting matching grant from the Community Foundation...

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Hoback Clean Water Initiative

By on February 7, 2023 |

Do you live in Hoback? Do you need clean drinking water? There are potential health impacts if well water is contaminated and has elevated nitrate levels. Learn more about Hoback water quality issues.  ...

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Hoback Water Quality

By on November 16, 2022 |

High nitrate levels in Hoback drinking water About Hoback Hoback, Wyoming is an unincorporated area in southern Teton County ten miles south of the Town of Jackson. Depending on one’s spatial definition the community...

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Support the SPET

By on May 3, 2022 |

The Water Quality SPET was the #1 supported SPET measure on the November 2022 ballot! It received more votes than any other ballot measure. Your vote is your voice and it was loud and...

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Town of Jackson Wastewater Treatment Plant Review

By on August 12, 2021 |

Recent Jackson Hole News & Guide articles have questioned the quality of the treated effluent being discharged into the Snake River from Teton County’s largest wastewater treatment facility. POWJH has partnered with the Town...

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WildWalls Public Art Outreach

By on May 17, 2021 |

POWJH partnered with Jackson Hole Public Art for an outreach and education project during the summer of 2020 called WILDWALLS – a series of murals around town focusing on local water quality issues. The...

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Comprehensive Water Quality Planning Initiative

By on May 17, 2021 |

Stay engaged! POWJH submitted an extensive Comment Letter on the Draft Teton County Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP). At more than 1,600 pages, reviewing the Draft WQMP has been a major undertaking.   We...

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Sustainable Home & Lawn Care Best Practices

By on April 30, 2020 |

There are many ways you and your and your household can be a good neighbor to our streams and help prevent and reduce pollution into our watershed. From implementing trout and stream-friendly landscaping practices...

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