Our cohort of 17 University of Arizona interns and new docents learned how to think like a beaver and tested how to slow and spread water along Ciénega Creek as part of our new virtual and physically-distanced training program. They weren’t the only ones! WMG’s Restoration Director, Trevor Hare, has been out along this stretch leading a restoration crew to install one rock check dams to slow and spread water in the floodplain and enhance the mesquite forest. Since March, WMG has been working around the clock to adapt our educational programs and restoration projects to ensure we can continue achieving our 50-year vision of restoring flow to Tucson’s creeks and rivers.
We have $29,000 remaining in matching funds, so make a donation today, and your gift will be doubled. All donations help us reach our goal—just think—a gift of $25 will become $50!
Are you wondering what a donation to WMG supports? Many of WMG's education and conservation programs you know and love are funded by donations, including:
- Our new virtual Steward In Place events, helping you take conservation actions at home.
- Our Living Lab and Learning Center, WMG’s home base and interactive community educational resource.
- Our River Run Network program to restore Tucson’s heritage of flowing rivers.
Thanks for being part of our community,