Herald/Review covers CCRN annual report

On August 30, 2022, the Herald/Review featured a story with the following opening statement: “Positive signs are starting to show the benefits of the Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network efforts to capture storm runoff, control the deposit of sediment during flood events and recharge a 25-mile portion of the Upper San Pedro River.” The article uses the CCRN 2021 Annual Report to highlight the benefits of CCRN’s efforts, to present monitoring data, and to discuss the funding required to complete planned projects. Read the full story here.


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, Fort Huachuca, and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.