Right Hand Fork is a tributary of the Logan River in Northern Utah (USA). It is a spring-fed creek. Watercress, Nasturtium sp. (foreground of picture) grows abundantly in this stable environment. The creek has Bonneville cutthroat trout in it, as well as introduced brown trout. An eradication program is planned to remove the exotic brown trout to help restore the threatened population of cutthroat trout.