Monday, May 9, 2016

Restoring Tucson's Rivers video

In 2013, Tucson's own Watershed Management Group launched a 50 Year Program to restore the heritage of year-round, free flowing rivers in southern Arizona.
Up until about the 1950s much of the Santa Cruz River and its tributary streams flowed year-round, allowing cities in Southern Arizona to grow and flourish. Now our rivers, creeks, and springs only flow after heavy rains and for short periods of time. Join us in forging a new path for Arizona’s water future.

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