Check out our Events Flyer for a list of events in June!
Check out our Events Flyer for a list of upcoming events in May!
In this issue: President’s Report… Water Sentinels…SPRNCA Jr Ranger Activity Guide… Cultural Docent Program… Betty & Bailey’s Birthday… John Broz…Changing San Pedro… Cochise Railroads… Naming the San
Pedro… Ringtails… Invasive Plants… Lewis Spring Resort…Members… Calendar… Contacts
SAINT DAVID CIENEGA ONLY $1600 AWAY FROM RESTORATION PLAN!
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See a brief history of the St. David Cienega, a remnant of the San Pedro River of the past, including its recent decline, and learn what the Community Watershed Alliance plans to do to preserve and restore it in an informative video.
Check out our April events flyer for a list of upcoming events!
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The AmazonSmile triple donation promotion starts today! Amazon is tripling the donation amount to 1.5% when customers make their first eligible smile.amazon.com purchase from March 12 – 31. This is a great opportunity to increase donations to the Friends of the San Pedro River by shopping at AmazonSmile (via smile.amazon.com). For additional details about the promotion, visit the promotion detail page.
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Check out our March events flyer for upcoming events!
A Sierra Vista area State Senator has introduced legislation that would circumvent current law by easing requirements that new developments must show the availability of a 100 year supply of water. This will clear the way for approval of developments, e.g., the massive development proposed along the San Pedro River south of Benson. It is hard not to view this as a death sentence for our river and the rural character of our area.
Arizona Audubon is organizing comments on the proposed legislation. In this post, they explain how you can go about registering comments on this issue with our State legislators.