Adam Yablonski will provide a brief description of the Edwards Aquifer, including the demographics of the region, and give an overview of the political history that led to the permitting of water rights.
Water in the Community
Brown Bag Webinar - Balancing Water for People and Nature: The Upper San Pedro River
Flowing from Mexico into Arizona, the San Pedro is one of the last large, undammed rivers in the Southwest that flows year-round in many of its reaches.
Brown Bag Webinar: Southwestern Navajo Rural Water Appraisal Study
The Bureau of Reclamation, in cooperation with the Navajo Department of Water Resources, completed a regional water resource investigation in the southwestern Chapters of the Navajo Nation.
Brown Bag Webinar: Coronavirus Response at the Central Arizona Project
Ted Cooke will be presenting an overview of how the Central Arizona Project (CAP), a major water supplier with a service area encompassing over 5 million people, responded to the coronavirus pandemic.
Third Annual Cobre Valley Water Forum: Healthy Forests, Healthy Watershed
Hear from local and regional experts about how healthy forests and uplands contribute to the overall health of the Cobre Valley Watershed in southern Gila County.
Brown Bag Webinar: Water for Nature
Kristen Wolfe will be presenting Water for Nature, a talk focusing on environmental water, the forgotten/ignored stakeholder in water policy, management, and law.
Climate and Arizona’s Future: A Conversation About the Nexus Between Environment,...
The Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) is pleased to announce our participation in the webinar Climate and Arizona’s Future: A Conversation About the Nexus Between Environment, Economy, and Innovation