In February, the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension released "A Guide for Operating Shared Water Wells In Arizona" authored by Gary Hix and Dr. Janick Artiola.
Community-based solutions to water problems is the theme of the 2020 Arroyo, newly released by the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center. The stories featured in the Arroyo illustrate how communities outside the cities of Central Arizona are approaching local challenges such as limited water supplies and increasing water demand—from traditional infrastructure projects to innovations made possible by new partnerships and cooperative action.
Americorps service enables young people like me to broaden our horizons and get valuable experience. As an Americorps member with Arizona Project WET, I engage with our community in many ways.
Back in the 1980s, the University of Arizona operated a research facility near Oracle, AZ, investigating water harvesting and runoff farming.
In collaboration with city, county, and academic institutions can open new opportunities to secure new water resources. Green infrastructure is critical to reducing the demand on potable supplies, explain authors Susanna Eden at the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center and at the Pima County Regional Flood Control District.