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.
The WRRC is now accepting applications for our Summer Writing Internship
The applicant must be an enrolled student at the University of Arizona.
The writing sample may be on any topic; however, it should not be a technical report. It should avoid jargon and be understandable by general readers. The sample should not be longer than 1,000 words. Applicants are encouraged to look at previous issues of Arroyo on the WRRC website at https://wrrc.arizona.edu/publications/arroyo.
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-621-5670.
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.