CWO and CWP: A 30+ Year Study of a Montane Snake Community Andrew Holycross Professor, Mesa Community College, Red Mountain campus From 1990 to 2022 a team of biologists has been conducting a mark-recapture study of the Animas Mountain snake
Please change the Arizona Riparian Council’s mailing adddress in your mailing lists to: Arizona Riparian Council 2124 E. Juanita Ave Mesa AZ 85204
Wetland Habitat Conservation in Southern Arizona Andrew Salywon, Research Botanist and Herbarium Curator, Desert Botanical Garden Freshwater wetlands are one of the rarest and most endangered habitats in Arizona. Historic and current anthropogenic activities, especially those leading to groundwater decline,
Twenty-three people visited St. David Cienega to see these rare plant communities there endangered by nearby development. We were fortunate have multiple perspectives on the site, including Liz Makings, Vascular Plant Herbarium Collections Manager at Arizona State University and one
Water in Arizona: Past, Present, Future Paul Hirt, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University Water is Arizona’s most precious resource, yet few people know where their water comes from, who provides it, how its quality is
SAVE THE DATES! Novemeber 9-10, 2019 Visit an ancient cienega with megafaunal remains, and learn how groundwater recharge has restored spring flow. See the rare Huachuca water-umbel and hear about San Pedro water quality. Visit a modern cienega with one
The inland delta of the Santa Cruz River in Pinal County is a largely overlooked agro-ecological system with unique treasures. Author and biologist David Brown will lead this field trip. Stops will include the old Greene Reservoir, some extraordinary birding
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is accepting public comments on a Draft Resource Management Plan (RMP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area located near Sierra Vista, AZ. Members of the public can review the
One of the titans of southwestern ecology has left us. Robert D. Ohmart passed away peacefully at his home in Chandler, Arizona on 14 January 2018 surrounded by his loving family. Dr. Ohmart’s team of field researchers conducted the seminal
What is the Triennial Review? The Clean Water Act requires that surface water quality standards be reviewed and updated, if necessary, every three years through a rulemaking process known as the “Triennial Review”. Proposed revisions to the standards are published
The 2017 Fall Campout will be October 7-8 at Bonita Creek, about 20 miles northeast of Safford, Arizona. Details!
The Cienega Creek Watershed has some of the most ecologically intact wetland communities in southern Arizona, as well as a resident jaguar! We will tour a variety of riparian areas with local experts including: Mead Mier, Pima Association of Government
The 28th Meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council will be held October 15-16, 2015 in the 1899 Ballroom, High Country Conference Center, Flagstaff, Arizona and is cosponsored by the School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University and the Soil and Water
We invite the submission of abbreviated abstracts for the Thursday afternoon Technical and Poster Sessions at the 2015 Arizona Riparian Council Annual Meeting. The meeting theme is Tools and Techniques for Assessing and Restoring Riparian Habitats. More information.
The 28th Annual Arizona Riparian Council meeting will be held in Flagstaff at the 1899 Ballroom, High Country Conference Center! The meeting theme is Tools and Techniques for Assessing and Restoring Riparian Habitats. More information will be forthcoming! ARC-Save-the-Date flyer.
On April 10, 2015, the Arizona Riparian Council toured the Hik:dan Project, where the San Xavier District, Tohono O’odham Nation is using Central Arizona Project water to restore riparian ecosystem components to the Santa Cruz River. The project has been
Treated wastewater has become a valuable resource that supports several of our state’s riparian areas. To view the large scale operation involving Phoenix’ treated wastewater we’ve arranged a tour of the Tres Rios wetland ponds at the Phoenix Waste Water
At the recent, well-attended meeting in Tucson, held in conjunction with the Arizona Association of Environmental Professionals and the Water Resources Research Center at the University of Arizona, new officers volunteered! Kris Randall has agreed to stay on as President
Jointly sponsored by the Arizona Riparian Council, Arizona Association of Environmental Professionals, and the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center the 27th Annual Meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council is focused on Riparian Protection at the
We invite the submission of abbreviated abstracts for the poster session at the 2014 Arizona Riparian Council Annual Meeting. The Arizona Riparian Council (ARC), the Arizona Association of Environmental Professionals (AZAEP) and the University of Arizona’s Water Resources Research Center
The Arizona Riparian Council 27th Annual Meeting will be held October 2-3, 2014 at Riverpark Inn in Tucson. The theme this year is Riparian Protection at the Local Level and the meeting will be co-sponsored with the Arizona Association of
With all the beautiful weather and things to do, come join the Arizona Riparian Council at the Water Ranch Riparian Preserve for the 2014 Feathered Friends and Smart Living Festival in Gilbert, AZ. We will have our booth there with
Dip into Dragonfly Day and discover a magical river just minutes from the heart of downtown Phoenix. The Saturday, March 29th event runs from 10AM to 2PM at the Phoenix Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area gateway located at 2439 S.
The Arizona Riparian Council typically has its annual meeting around April. I’m sure many of you are wondering why you haven’t heard about an upcoming spring meeting. Well the truth is we are still in the planning stages. We are
Sustaining Urban Rivers — Visions and Actions across the Southwest: Application for the Salt River through the Phoenix Metro Area The 26th Annual Meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council was co-hosted by the Central Arizona–Phoenix Long-term Ecological Research Project and