The River Run Network is a group of people working together to restore Tucson’s heritage of flowing creeks and rivers. By joining the Network, you can explore an online platform to learn more about restoration targets, priority actions, and progress towards the Network’s goal.
The River Run Network includes all of the Tucson basin, with a focus on target restoration areas, called streamsheds. Streamsheds are specific stream sections and the adjacent land area that most influences the stream hydrology. The streamsheds are delineated by areas that have common hydrologic characteristics and flow restoration goal. The target streamsheds are Lower Sabino Creek, Lower Tanque Verde, Middle Tanque Verde, Upper Tanque Verde, and Cienega Creek.
Learn more and join online at the Watershed Management Group’s River Run Network website: https://watershedmg.org/advocacy/50-year/river-run-network.
Graphic of streamshed map courtesy Watershed Management Group. Click graphic to view full map.