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We are honored to share with you our 2014 Annual Report: Your Living Lab.One of our board members recently told me she loves WMG because we're not just focused on what we do, but how we be. In other words, our programs are not just skin deep, they are heartfelt expressions of how we live our lives and our deepest desires for our communities. You can experience this depth of purpose at our Living...
Let us help you get the most out of the rebates available from Tucson Water and Metro Water! Watershed Management Group offers the free educational session required to receive Tucson Water's rebates for Residential Rainwater Harvesting and Gray Water systems. And now we also offer a quarterly educational session for Metro Water customers too!Upcoming classes for Tucson Water CustomersUpcoming...
Students learn to measure elevation in WMG's Water Harvesting Certification course.
Register online today for our Water Harvesting Design Certification course and launch your water-harvesting career. Already working in a related field? Our certification course provides the highest quality and greatest depth of training in integrative water harvesting in the nation.Join us in Tucson for an upcoming 7-day intensive program. You'll learn all you need to know to design and install...
WMG is proud to be a gold-rated Bicycle Friendly Business according to the League of American Bicyclists! It's something our staff have known for a long time, and we're so excited to celebrate this formal recognition.With an outdoor shower, a full repair shed, bike mechanic on staff, financial support for alternative commute modes, and a good amount of peer pressure... err encouragement... WMG...
The Fall 2014 edition of A Watershed Moment will transform you into a super hero—and transform your knowledge about how to care for rain gardens! Dive in.Download our Fall 2014 newsletter, and visit our Services for Your Home page to learn how you can transform your own yard with simple and elegant rain garden solutions.
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Three neighborhood projects received $13,640 in grants thanks to donations from C2E participants and donations through the Tucson Water bill checkbox. The C2E Advisory Board selected the following projects: Palo Verde Neighborhood: Creating a neighborhood pocket park through rainwater harvesting features and planting native habitatJefferson Park Neighborhood: Capturing stormwater and...
The WMG Co-op yard signs are a great way to show your Co-op pride, and let your neighbors know why your yard looks so great. Just email the Co-op Coordinator to arrange a time to pick up your sign.* Sign is 8"x11", printed on durable color-fast vinyl, and mounted on a metal sign with rounded corners and pre-drilled holes for easy installation.
Implement water conservation practices at your home and save money with rebates offered from your municipality. Each municipality has their own variation of rebates, check the municipality you live in to learn about the rebates they offer.City of AvondaleCity of ChandlerCity of GlendaleCity of MesaCity of PeoriaCity of ScottsdaleCity of TempeCheck the City of Phoenix FAQ’s page to lean why they...
During 2012 and 2013, Watershed Management Group led a collaborative process between the City of Tucson Department of Transportation and many other stakeholders to develop a Green Streets policy. The policy, passed unanimously by Tucson’s Mayor and Council in May of 2013, requires that stormwater-harvesting features, such as vegetated streetside basins, be integrated into all publicly-funded...
Volunteers work to green the street at Primera Iglesia near downtown Phoenix in 2012.
Beginning in 2011, Watershed Management Group initiated a partnership with the City of Phoenix and community members to plan and implement public demonstrations of green infrastructure (GI) on both private and public sites. Through grant funding from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, WMG implemented the first curb cuts and streetside GI sites in 2012 at Primera Iglesia, near...
WMG water-harvesting community demonstration site at McFadden Park in Sierra Vista, Arizona: July 2012
Visibility and awareness of green infrastructure practices is critical for community acceptance in thinking about stormwater as a resource not a problem. Watershed Management Group in partnership with the City of Sierra Vista and Cochise Water Project is focusing on:Providing high-impact, high-visibility, public green infrastructure demonstrations throughout Sierra Vista Overcoming barriers...
Green for All, a national non-profit organization, has selected Tucson as a target community for their green job development programs. And green infrastructure, a key component of Watershed Management Group's work, is one of the primary paths to the green jobs they are promoting at a national scale. Check out these two videos, featuring Tucson as a leading example!This video features WMG’s...

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