Earth Day is April 22!
4/16 Tres Rios Cleanup: Help beautify and clean up the Tres Rios Wetlands.
4/23 Earth Day Celebration: Participate in community cleanup and attend free workshops on topics including Rainwater Harvesting.
4/21 Water Watchers Discovery Day: Glendale Water Services and Library staff invite children and families to come explore interactive water conservation-related stations and learn where your water comes from.
4/22 Earth Day Lower Salt River Cleanup: Join Natural Restorations to clean up the Lower Salt River by removing trash.
4/23 RIO Earth Day Salt River Cleanup: Join Rio Reimagined for a community cleanup at the Salt River. Volunteers will receive a small native plant or seeds to take home.
4/30 Water Awareness Festival: Bring the whole family to learn about our waterways and the life they support.
4/22 Thomas Groundwater Treatment Facility Public Tours: Visit Scottsdale’s newest water facility and learn about Scottsdale Water’s plan for our water future.
- 4/22 Earth Day Cleanup: Help clean up Arcadia Wash by picking up litter and pulling buffelgrass.
- 4/23 Rain Garden Workshop: Learn how rain gardens work, why they matter, and how to build one.
- 4/26 How to Install a Laundry-to-Landscape Greywater System: Learn about plumbing components and best practices for your own installation.
- 4/28 Virtual Rainwater Harvesting Class: Learn about passive and active rainwater harvesting and how to qualify for Tucson’s rebate program.
University of Arizona researchers Kathy Jacobs, Neha Gupta, Chris Castro, and Hsin-I Chang have been key contributors to the first comprehensive assessment of climate change effects on the Lower Santa Cruz River Basin (LSCRB).
The Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations and the University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES),
As part of the WRRC’s Indigenous Water Dialogues, we are pleased to announce a special panel discussion of INHABITANTS: Indigenous Perspectives On Restoring Our World, as well as free screening for all event registrants.
The International Association of Hydrogeologists Commission on Managing Aquifer Recharge (IAH-MAR Commission) held a meeting and plenary session at ISMAR11 on the evening of April 12, 2022. In addition to electing a slate of officers, the session honored individuals who had contributed significantly to the organization’s mission.
The 2022 WRRC Conference, Arizona’s Agricultural Outlook: Water, Climate, and Sustainability, is quickly approaching.