Beat the heat and join us on June 28th for the next Water Roots event, organized with Sky Island Alliance and hosted by Public Brewhouse (209 N Hoff Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705).
Pinal County Water Wednesdays' - Connecting Environmental Water Needs to Arizona Water Planning
Kelly Mott Lacroix, Graduate Research Associate from the University of Arizona’s Water Resources Research Center
Join us for a special Pinal County ‘Water Wednesdays’ Brown Bag!
On Monday, March 19th
Note: This event was originally scheduled for March 7
from 12:00-1:00 PM
at the Pinal County Cooperative Extension Office
located at 820 E Cottonwood Ln, # C, Casa Grande, AZ 85122
Note the location of this presentation is not at the WRRC
Bring your own lunch or $8.00 cash to enjoy a Cook E Jar lunch upon arrival!
Choose from your choice of turkey, ham, roast beef, or veggie sandwich, salad of the day, and a cookie! Space is limited, so RSVP today to reserve your seat!
If you would like to purchase a lunch from Cook E Jar, you must RSVP by Friday, March 16th!
RSVP’s and questions to Tasha Krecek-Lynch at: (520) 836-5221, Ext. 210
Water Roots - Water Beats: Reflections in Water and Music
Special Seminar - Food, Water, and Energy in the Arava Valley: Turning Disadvantage to Advantage in the Hyper-arid climate of the Region
The Arava Valley is a sparsely populated region in southern Israel. Its hyper-arid climate produces less than one inch of rain a year and its temperatures reach 115° to 120° f in the summer.