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Ready to revolutionize your approach to water sustainability? Join our intensive, hands-on Water Harvesting Design Certification course this fall. Dive deep into cutting-edge techniques, connect with industry experts, and become a leader in sustainable water management.

Coder Dojo will be offering free week-long coding/gaming workshops at the Living Lab - drawing on WMG's work in water-awareness and 'hydrolocal' practices. 

Click here to join the fun of exploring our rain gardens, food forest, telling stories, making games, and collecting data!

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This June, the Living Lab & Learning Center will be taking a summer siesta. We'll have fewer classes and limited access, but we'll be back in full swing in July with exciting events!

Find out more about what's going down and what's coming up here.

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Join our passionate team of Watershed Docents and play a vital role in educating the community about sustainable living and water conservation. Apply today to make a lasting impact -- applications are open until August 1st.

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Part 1, at least -- the 2nd half of the 3rd Annual Binational Beaver Survey was delayed due to extenuating circumstances. Nevertheless, our data reveals key insights about the beaver population in the San Pedro River. Discover what we found and what comes next.

Land and Water Acknowledgement

Watershed Management Group acknowledges that we live, learn, work, and engage with Land and Water Acknowledgment community on the ancestral lands of the Hohokam and Sobaipuri, and those of the Apache, Pascua Yaqui, and Tohono O’odham, whose relationship with this land continues to this day. We acknowledge that water in the Sonoran Desert is of great spiritual, physical, and ecological significance to be protected, cherished, and celebrated.

We invite you to learn more about the indigenous communities, the lands we inhabit and the history of the land and its people by visiting:

Watershed Management Group reconoce que vivimos, aprendemos, trabajamos, y nos relacionamos con la comunidad en las tierras ancestrales de los pueblos Hohokam y Sobaipuri, y también de Apache, Pascua Yaqui y Tohono O'odham, cuya relación con esta tierra continúa hasta el presente. Reconocemos que el agua en el Desierto Sonorense tiene una gran importancia espiritual, física, y ecológica para ser protegida, apreciada, y celebrada.

Te invitamos a conocer más sobre las comunidades indígenas, las tierras que habitamos y la historia de la tierra y su gente visitando:

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