Virtual event on Thurs. March 25 and Fri. March 26, 2021
Scientists, artists, resource managers and community leaders will join to share Santa Cruz River research and conservation efforts as well as natural and cultural resources in this free virtual conference. Presentations, panels, and open discussion will foster awareness of research and conservation efforts. View the full program.
This year’s focus will be capital improvement projects—infrastructure projects that affect flows, enhance the river ecosystem, and protect residents from flooding. This year, Pima County (Regional Flood Control District and Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department) is a lead sponsor for the event.
We invite the media to attend to learn firsthand about the new scientific, engineering, and cultural projects taking place in Santa Cruz River corridor, which promise to help shape the future of this life sustaining natural resource.
- Translation: Real-time English–Spanish translation is available.
- When: Thursday, March 25 and Friday, March 26 from 10AM–4:30PM
- Where: Zoom—link provided with registration.
- Visuals: Pima County and organizations along the Santa Cruz River will be showing drone flights of the river and of infrastructure projects. Short clips are available for media use.
Corinne Matesich, Marketing Communications Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org