Webinar

The Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network: How it Helps the San Pedro River

Balancing human water uses with the protection of river flows is challenging during long term drought.

Tuesday, July 14, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm Online Event

The Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network: How it Helps the San Pedro River

July 14, 2020, AZ

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The San Pedro River and its ribbon of green are critically important for resident and migrating birds alike. Balancing human water uses with the protection of river flows is challenging during long term drought. The Nature Conservancy, along with regional partners such as the Cities of Sierra Vista and Bisbee, Cochise County, and the Hereford Natural Resource Conservation District, have implemented projects—collectively called the Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network—designed to work together to help sustain San Pedro River flows and the groundwater that the local communities and the river depend on. Join us to learn more about this innovative approach to groundwater management and how it connects to rivers and habitat.

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