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The 21st annual San Pedro River mapping project was a success

More than 100 volunteers turned out for the 21st annual wet/dry mapping project on the San Pedro River last month. This event, which is supported by The Nature Conservancy (TNC), involves teams of volunteers wading through the shallow water to record wet and dry sections of the river during the driest time of the year.
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Maricopa County water managers tour recharge facilities

On May 30, 2019 a dozen staff people from the Maricopa Flood Control District, City of Surprise and the City of Buckeye made a stop in Cochise County to visit the county’s recharge facility in Palominas. Engineers, floodplain managers and environmental planners made up the contingency of folks interested in the way the county is
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Experts discuss sustaining the San Pedro River

A panel of experts including CCRN members Holly Richter and Sara Ransom were invited to the Bisbee Royale Theater on May 10, 2019, to discuss the present and future health of the San Pedro River. CCRN member Holly Richter, Arizona Water Projects director for the Nature Conservancy, was part of the panel that discussed the
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Southeast Arizona Citizens Forum presents project update at public meeting

Karen C. Riggs, Cochise County special projects engineer, presented at the U.S. Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission’s public meeting of the Southeast Arizona Citizens Forum (SACF). At the March 21 meeting held in Sierra Vista, Ms. Riggs detailed the history of the county’s recharge projects and presented plans for development. The current
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Mission

The mission of the Cochise Conservation & Recharge Network (CCRN) is to implement a regional network of land and water management projects that result in a healthy watershed, flowing San Pedro River, conservation of water resources, and a vibrant local economy.

Member Organizations

The CCRN was formed in 2015. The members are Cochise County, the City of Sierra Vista, The Nature Conservancy, Hereford Natural Resources Conservation District, the City of Bisbee, and Fort Huachuca.