Eight projects have won funding approval from the Utah Board of Water Resources.

Six of the projects involve culinary water systems.The new projects include:

- Cool Springs Mutual Water Co., Summit County. $77,000 towards a $103,000 project to build a 200,000 gallon water storage tank. Repayment over 14 years.

- Providence, Cache County. $900,000 towards a $1.2 million project to build a million gallon water storage tank, develop springs and install pipelines, fire hydrants and pressure regulators. Repayment will be over 20 years.

- Mantua, Box Elder County. $61,000 towards a $68,000 project to make improvements at two springs. Repayment will be over 20 years.

- Santaquin, Utah County. $765,000 towards a $1.53 million projects to construct a million gallon water storage tank, install pipelines and fire hydrants, drilling and equipping a new well and redeveloping existing springs. Repayment will be over 17 years.

- Cub River Irrigation Co., Cache County. $22,000 to replace a creek crossing under a main irrigation canal. Repayment will be over five years.

- Hooper Water Improvement District, Weber and Davis counties. $600,000 for drilling and equipping a new well, constructing a two million gallon water storage tank and installing pipelines. Repayment will be over 20 years.

- Ephraim Irrigation Co., Sanpete County. $375,000 for a gravity pressure irrigation system. Repayment over 25 years.

- Lewiston, Cache County. $146,000 for culinary water system improvements. Repayment over 13 years.