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
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
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
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
People and the Upper Gila River Riparian Ecosystem: Past, Present, and Future The 25th meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council was held in conjunction with the Gila Watershed Partnership at Eastern Arizona College in Safford, Arizona on March 29-31, 2012.
Wetlands on the Edge: Challenges in Wetland and Riparian Restoration The 24th Annual Meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council was held March 17-19, 2011 at the Holiday Inn, 1901 E. 18th St, Yuma, AZ.
There were no meetings in 2010 due to the economic climate as many of our normal attendees were not able to travel or attend the meeting.
Who’s Invading Our Riparian Space? The 23rd Annual Meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council was held April 16-18 at the Lodge at Cliff Castle in Camp Verde.
The Verde River Ecosystem: Are Growth and Conservation Mutually Exclusive? The 22nd Annual Meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council was held April 11-12, 2008 at the Hassayampa Inn in Prescott.
The 21st Annual Meeting of the Arizona Riparian Council was help in conjunction with the University of Arizona’s Cooperative Extension Service and CLIMAS. The theme was Climate and Riparian Areas: Connecting the Dots — Climate Change/Variability and Ecoystem Impacts in
This year’s meeting was the 20th Annual Meeting and was held April 27-29, 2006 at the Museum of Northern Arizona.