Program (pdf)

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Historical Channel Change on the Upper Gila River, Arizona and New Mexico in Response to Anthropogenic Modifications and Extreme Floods
Jeanne Godaire, Geomorphologist, Sedimentation and River Hydraulics Division, US Bureau of Reclamation

Landowner Tools, Conservation and the Endangered Species Act
Jeff Humphrey, Public Affairs and Outreach, US Fish and Wildlife Service

An Overview of the Arizona Water Settlements Act and Activities Affecting the Gila River Basin
Mary Reece, PE, General Engineer, US Bureau of Reclamation

Walking in their Boots: The Science of Working with Landowners to Implement Projects and Programs
Jan Holder, Executive Director, Gila Watershed Partnership

The Arizona Water Settlements Act (AWSA) and New Mexico
Craig Roepke, Deputy Director, New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission

Working Lands for Wildlife: Wildlife Habitat Financial Assistance Targeted for the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher
Stu Tuttle, State Biologist, Natural Resources Conservation Service

Tamarisk Biological Control and Implications for Land Management
Shannon Hatch and Stacey Beaugh, Tamarisk Coalition

Paleoecological Examination of Southern Colorado Plateau Wetlands: The Relationship Between Biological, Climatic, and Euro-American Introduced Changes on the Northern Arizona Landscape
Spencer Rubin, School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability, Northern Arizona University


Critical Role of the Arizona Water Protection Fund in the Upper Gila Watershed
Susan Craig and Rodney Held, Arizona Water Protection Fund, Arizona Department of Water Resources

Water Awareness Month
Susan Craig and Rodney Held, Arizona Water Protection Fund, Arizona Department of Water Resources

Monitoring Changes in the Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area
David Arthun, Bureau of Land Management; George N. Zaimes, Kavala Institute of Technology; and Jonathan Martin, Dudek Engineering and Environmental