The WRRC photo contest is back, and we are excited to see what our contestants will bring to the table this year. As with the last few photo contests we’ve held, the main criteria are that the photos be taken in Arizona and feature water. This year, however, we have added a special category* for photographs of water taken in arid regions outside our state. We want to see water in cities and towns, water in nature, water and people, water and industry, water and anything that sparks your imagination. So what are you waiting for? Show us what you’ve got.
Stay Informed About Water
The WRRC is pleased to share our newly released report Getting Down to Facts: A Visual Guide to Water in the Pinal Active Management Area, a collection of information on water use and management in the Pinal Active Management Area (AMA).
Immediately following the conference program on Thursday, June 18, 2020,
Concurrent Happy Hours – 4:30 to 5:30 pm
Interactive Sessions using Zoom
Interview by Barb Hutchinson
Natural Resource Law Users Law & Policy Center Newsletter; Vol. 3, No. 1, May 26, 2020
On June 4 - 5, 2020, Law Seminars International will present The Seventh Annual Comprehensive Conference on Tribal Water in the Southwest. Designed for attorneys, Tribal, local, state, and federal governmental representatives, environmental professionals, water users
In mid-March, University of Arizona faculty were informed that all teaching would be transitioned to online and that no face-to-face classroom teaching would be done for the rest of the spring semester.