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C2E Grants Will Green Your Neighborhood—Apply Today

The Tucson Conserve to Enhance (C2E) program is pleased to announce a new round of Community Enhancement Grants to fund projects that directly benefit a neighborhood’s natural areas and waterways.

For groups with a feasible project, Watershed Management Group can serve as a project partner and fiscal agent to help scope, design, and implement the project. To work with WMG, please contact Kieran Sikdar at ksikdar@watershedmg.org.

Growing Roots With You: 2013 Annual Report

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copy of our 2013 Annual Report

Watershed Management Group's 2013 Annual Report honors our roots in the communties where we work.

You Can Get Rebates on Water Harvesting Systems—Our Free Classes Can Help

Let us help you get the most out of the Tucson Water rebates! Watershed Management Group offers the free educational session required to receive Tucson Water's rebates for Residential Rainwater Harvesting and Gray Water systems.

Upcoming Rainwater Harvesting rebate classes:

Thursday, April 2, 2015
5:30 8:30 p.m.

Register here.

Upcoming Gray Water Made Easy classes:

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Register here
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Grow Your Skillset in 2015 With WMG's Water Harvesting Certification

Water Harvesting Design Certification: November 2-8, 2015, in Tucson

And join us for this 7-day intensive program to receive the highest quality and greatest depth of training in integrative water harvesting in the nation. Join our list of Certified Practitioners to integrate new skills and knowledge into your practice, educational, or advocacy work.

Register before July 15th, 2015 for a discount

Click here for more information on all our trainings, and email tech-trainings@watershedmg.org with questions.

Your Guide to Rain Garden Care is Here!

The newest edition of A Watershed Moment will transform you into a super hero—and transform how your knowledge about how to care for rain gardens! Dive in.

Click here to download our Fall 2014 newsletter, and visit our Co-op Program page to learn how you can transform your own yard with simple and elegant rain garden solutions.

Ahora en Español — Green Infrastructure for Southwestern Neighborhoods

Infraestructura Verde para Comunidades del Desierto SonorenseEn colaboración con la ciudad de La Paz, Baja California Sur, México estamos orgullosos de ofrecer en español el manual de Infraestructura Verde para Comunidades del Desierto Sonorense! Esta nueva versión incluye información e imágenes específicas para Baja California Sur. Bajarlo aquí (6 MB pdf).

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