Water Harvesting Resources

These water harvesting resources are organized into three categories: Demonstration Sites, Online Resources, and Workshops.

Type Organizationsort icon Link Description
Online Resource Pima Association of Governments

Basic introductory information

Online Resource Pima Association of Governments

Timeline showing Tucson's use of rainwater harvesting (published 2009)

Online Resource Pima Association of Governments

Pima Association of Government's website of maps and resources

Online Resource Pima Association of Governments

Pima Association of Government's information on stormwater pollution and tips to keep keep stormwater clean, including rainwater harvesting techniques

Demonstration Site Pima Association of Governments

Good overall snapshot of demonstration sites in Tucson, though not interactive

Demonstration Site Pima Association of Governments

Spreadsheet with detailed information about RWH sites and vendors in the Tucson area (click on "spreadsheet" link)

Demonstration Site Pima Association of Governments

Interactive Google Earth map of RWH sites, reclaimed water users, and active and proposed recharge sites (must download Google Earth to use)

Online Resource Pima Association of Governments

This new guide, which folds up to fit in your pocket,  illustrates a comprehensive approach to understanding and protecting our watershed.  The graphic on the front provides a practical guide to stormwater pollution prevention and explains how water can pick up pollution as it flows to the fragile desert waterways. This map on the flip side provides a 3D birds-eye view of our region to help the reader get to know, explore, understand the water system and to reduce our human impact within the watershed.

 

Online Resource Pima Association of Governments

Pima Association of Governments' Stormwater Management Working Group's annual multi-media outreach campaign to help the public understand the importance of keeping stormwater free of contaminants

Online Resource Pima County

Fun, informative, interactive info for middle-schoolers (water harvesting link)