The Cienega Watershed is a unique landscape in Southeastern Arizona in which the Cienega Creek, visible as a green riparian ribbon, cuts through a sea of semi-desert grasslands hosting an array of critical habitats and historical resources. Within this scenic and rich landscape, however, are threats from climate change, vegetation changes, development pressures, and multiple owners. Fortunately, the Cienega Watershed Partnership and many partners in the watershed are committed to sustaining the ecological systems, heritage values, wildlife corridors, and open spaces for future generations. Join us in these efforts!
Please mark your calendars and plan to join us for our annual workshop to discuss the State of the Cienega Watershed. The workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m. – noon on Wednesday, March 8,... Read More
Call for Presentations or Posters We are currently seeking presentations or posters involving relevant research or project updates for the Science on the Sonoita Plain Annual Symposium. If you are interested in presenting at the... Read More
Applications Due Engaging youth in leadership, stewardship, and teamwork on public lands in Southern Arizona. The YES! (Youth Engaged Stewardship) program takes place over ten sessions during the months of June and July, 2017. Up to... Read More
Please save the date for the Science on the Sonoita Plain Annual Symposium, held at the Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch of Audubon in Elgin, Arizona. The Science on the Sonoita Plain Symposium is held annually to... Read More