CHARTING THE HEALTH OF THE UPPER SANTA CRUZ RIVER a living river 2010 Water Year
A Living River – Charting The Health Of The Upper Santa Cruz River (2010 Water Year)

The Living River series began with a baseline study in the 2008 water year (October 1, 2007–September 30, 2008) to assess the health of a 20-mile stretch of the river in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, from Rio Rico to Amado. This third annual Living River report summarizes results from the 2010 water year (October 1, 2009–September 30, 2010).

Water for the Santa Cruz River Ecosystem

Bringing water from the Conservation Effluent Pool into action. Good news broke last March at Santa Cruz River Research Days: Pima County received approval to permanently allocate water to sustain river flows benefiting… MORE ›

Dragonfly Day on the Santa Cruz River

Virtual and in-person sessions FREE Celebrate the colorful dragonflies living along the Santa Cruz River! October 1 Dragonfly Talk 7–8 P.M. Learn about dragonfly ecology with local dragonfly expert, Jeff Babson, in this… MORE ›