For Immediate Release
Contact: Jamie Manser, 520-270-3213, firstname.lastname@example.org
Watershed Management Group’s River Run Network: Working to Restore the Flow Upcoming Restoration Workshops, Clean-ups & Creek Walks
Watershed Management Group is thrilled that recycled water is creating flow in the Santa Cruz River through downtown – thanks to Tucson Water and the Santa Cruz Heritage Project! We’d like to invite the Tucson community to learn more about Tucson’s rivers and streams through the River Run Network and the Network’s upcoming events, workshops, and clean-ups.
Knowing that it takes the greater community to reclaim Tucson’s rivers and streams, WMG created the River Run Network in 2016 to engage the public in our efforts to restore heritage flow to Tucson’s waterways. The River Run Network is now close to 1,400 members strong, and offers members opportunities to participate in conservation efforts and learn about restoration solutions through workshops, educational creek walks, and river clean-ups.
Upcoming opportunities to help with river restoration & clean-up work include:
Shamrock Planting & Restoration Work Days Sat, July 27 & Sat, Aug 24 @ 7 a.m.-12 p.m.
River Clean-up at Shamrock Park Sat, Dec 14 @ 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Creek Walks (monthly through November) Wed, Aug 21 @ 5:30 p.m.
Meander Along the Tanque Verde Thu, Sept 19 @ 5 p.m.
Cruise the Santa Cruz Sat, Oct 26 @ 9 a.m. Flowing Waters – From Farms to River Restoration Fri, Nov 29 @ 9 a.m.
Black Friday & Beavers at Ciénega Creek
All events are free! Details about the events are available at Watershedmg.org/RRN-action. Read our Executive Director’s Op-Ed in the Arizona Daily Star about restoring flowing rivers here.