The Friends of the San Pedro River will host Steve Pawlowski, the Water Sentinels program coordinator for the Grand Canyon Chapter of the Sierra Club.
Steve Pawlowski of the Sierra Club
Come learn how we can use citizen science, hands-on conservation, and advocacy to help shape a more sustainable future for one of the most ecologically significant rivers of the Southwest. March 20 at 7 p.m. at the BLM/Forest Service public meeting room, 4070 E Avenida Saracino, Hereford (off Hwy. 92 between Ramsey and Carr Canyon Roads).
The lecture is free and open to the public. For more info, call 520-459-2555 or visit www.sanpedroriver.org.
Tour leaders needed for Sunday morning bird walks at the Sierra Vista Environmental Operations Park!
These walks take about 3 hours. You do not need to be a birding “expert” since most of the people who attend know quite a lot about birds and only want the ability to get inside the EOP fence. The main duties are to get people to sign the waiver form, unlock and lock the gates, make sure people stay on the paths, and create a bird list for the tour. Training is minimal and will be provided at your convenience. Please contact Dutch Nagle (email@example.com or 378-7229) if you can help out
For the past two years the Arizona Water Sentinels, a sub group of the Sierra Club, has been doing Water Quality testing at several sites along the San Pedro River. They are in need of volunteers to continue with this study.
The duties entail going to one or two sites, taking air temperature, water temperature, dissolved oxygen, PH level, conductivity, total dissolved solids, and e-coli measurements. No special skills are required; we will teach you how to use the instruments.
E-mail Jayne Knoche to sign up