Are you ready to imagine, design, and plant your water-smart landscaping? The UA Water Resources Research Center's new Desert Landscaping website has tools and tips to help. The mobile-friendly site emphasizes arid-adapted gardening and features a "Plant Selector" tool to help you find the right plants for your landscaping project.
"Growing with Water" Photo Contest
Photographers of all skill levels, are encouraged to use their imaginations to capture the theme of "Growing with Water". Submissions can be in either urban or rural Arizona settings... flowers to farms, backyard and community gardens to vast agricultural fields, urban landscapes to mountain hideaways, it's up to you! Get creative with interesting photo...
WRRC 2015 Highlights Handout Available Online
The Water Resources Research Center Highlights handout offers a quick and easy way to review the many accomplishments of the WRRC throughout 2015. It includes an overview of engagement locations, outreach activities, programs, online tools and more.
This fall groundwater is getting a surge of overdue attention from scientists and water professionals, who aim to raise awareness of this “invisible” resource. The Water Resources Research Center’s director, Sharon B. Megdal, has been involved in two separate but related... more
"Potable Reuse of Water: A View from Arizona," by the Water Resources Research Center’s Susanna Eden, Sharon B. Megdal, and Jean McLain was published in the July 2016 Water Resources IMPACT Magazine. IMPACT is published bi-monthly by the American Water Resources Association and is... more
A tool, developed by the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (UA-WRRC), has been added to the nation's Climate Resilience Toolkit. Throughout the Southwestern United States, climate change challenges communities to meet water demands, obtain additional water supplies, and... more