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.
National Competitive Grants Program 104(g) RFP Issued
Arizona applications are due at the WRRC by
5:00 PM MST, February 27, 2020.
- Expand and enhance the use of hydrologic monitoring data to support advanced modeling tools to provide state-of-the-art flood and drought forecasts, and drive emergency- and water-management decision support systems.
- Research to help society deal with water scarcity or water availability challenges such as drought and/or changes in snow pack and/or runoff regimes.
- Development and evaluation of process and governance mechanisms that advance the science of ecological flows.
- Exploration and advancement of our understanding of harmful algae blooms (HABs). Proposals are sought that focus on innovations in monitoring the occurrence of HABs and algal toxins, research on factors that result in algal toxin production, and improvements in near-real-time modeling and forecasting of toxin-producing blooms
View the RFP
The WRRC will present statewide water information at the Willcox Water Project Sulphur Springs Valley Seminars, February 12, 2020, at Sunsites Community Center from 12:30pm to 4:00pm
The WRRC is pleased to call your attention to three new books written by friends and colleagues about water and related issues. Marie Pearthree, Deputy General Manager at the Central Arizona Water Conservation District, has written a book with the writer Michael McGuire chronicling how Tucson Water lost credibility and public trust, when in 1992 the utility introduced treated Central Arizona Project (CAP) water into its water delivery system; and how it subsequently rebuilt its reputation.