Utah's vital water resources and how they are affected by a variety of users will be discussed during the fourth annual Utah Conservation Field Day, June 17 in Heber City.

The field day is free to the public and will feature a conservation fair and several tours covering treated wastewater reuse, dairy waste management, opportunities and responsibilities for recreationists, conservation tillage, weed control, construction of the Jordanelle Dam and fishery habitat enhancement.

The program will start at 9 a.m. in Wasatch Middle School, 175 E. Eighth South, with a talk by State Engineer Robert Morgan on water rights issues.

For more information, contact field day chairman W. D. Robinson at 533-4339 or Wasatch County Extension agent Val Warnick at 654-3211.