Santa Cruz River Case Statement

Read our case statement for more information on challenges facing the Santa Cruz River and how we plan to achieve our vision.

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).

Living River – Charting the Health of the Upper Santa Cruz River 2008-2014

The Living River series tracks river conditions of the Santa Cruz River. This report is a special update for the Upper Santa Cruz River and provides a summary of the changes between 2008 and 2014. Separate Living River reports are available for the 2008, 2009, and 2010 water years.

A Living River/Un Río Vivo, Nogales 2021 

A Living River: Charting Santa Cruz River Conditions Nogales Wash to Amado is a Living River report that highlights results from Nogales Wash to Amado during the 2021 water year (October 1, 2020… MORE ›

Arizona Growing Water Smart Guidebook

Tailored for Arizona, the Growing Water Smart Water-Land Use Guidebook lays a foundation for how leaders can integrate water and land use planning, mitigate water demand, and address issues of water scarcity and… MORE ›

Nuestro Hogar: La cuenca del río Colorado

Bienvenidos a la cuenca del río Colorado, un paisaje en el que cada arroyo y riachuelo llegan eventualmente, hasta el Colorado. Esta árida región, que abarca siete estados de Estados Unidos, dos de… MORE ›

Our Home: The Colorado River Basin

Welcome to the Colorado River Basin, a landscape where every stream and wash eventually makes its way to the Colorado. Covering seven states in the U.S., two in Mexico and the lands of… MORE ›