It takes a village to save a desert river
It takes a village to save a desert river, including partnerships and persistence.
Twenty-three years ago, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) first sat down with stakeholders from local, state, and federal agencies and organizations to see if they could collaborate on hydrologic science along the San Pedro. The group evolved into the Upper San Pedro Partnership (USPP), 21 entities who collaborate to use the best science to manage the water resources of the Upper San Pedro.
Today, the CCRN is working to implement projects to increase groundwater supplies, including eight recharge sites that are either operating or in the planning stages. Read the full CCRN story by Holly Richter at the Herald Review.