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River Restoration

Technical Training: Erosion Control and Riparian Restoration

Event Date:
02/27/2021 - 8:00am

Join WMG's Restoration Director, Trevor Hare, at Empire Gulch for this Technical Training on how to design, plan, and implement a landscape-scale water harvesting project. During this training, you will get the background knowledge of how to identify and address issues in our watershed and get hands-on experience working with natural systems to support erosion control and stream restoration practices.

Cienega Creek: A Restoration Story

The Cienega Creek Natural Preserve was established in 1986 under a resolution passed by the Pima County Board of Supervisors that authorized the Director of the Regional Flood Control District to acquire designated lands along the Cienega Creek corridor to preserve riparian habitat, reduce peak stormwater flows, and facilitate groundwater recharge. 

2019 Fall WMG Newsletter

Desert River Reborn - Local Water Supplies Shape the Future

The good news keeps coming for our rivers this year. In June, we celebrated the launch of the Santa Cruz Heritage Project, releasing recycled water into the river to support perennial ow through downtown Tucson. Now we learn another stretch of the Santa Cruz River is also owing regularly, thanks to restored groundwater levels.

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