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The WRRC's 2013 Annual Conference Takes on “Water Security from the Ground Up

The WRRC's 2013 Annual Conference Takes on “Water Security from the Ground Up | Water Resources Research Center | Scoop.it
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Searching for Water Solutions: Experiences from My Sabbatical and Other Travels | wrrc.arizona.edu

Searching for Water Solutions: Experiences from My Sabbatical and Other Travels | wrrc.arizona.edu | Water Resources Research Center | Scoop.it
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Tucson Conserve to Enhance Workshop for Funding Local Enhancement Projects | wrrc.arizona.edu

Tucson Conserve to Enhance Workshop for Funding Local Enhancement Projects | wrrc.arizona.edu | Water Resources Research Center | Scoop.it

Tucson Conserve to Enhance (C2E) program leaders will provide an update on C2E successes and share opportunities for new participants to join and grant funding for neighborhood projects. Tucson C2E is seeking community leaders with ideas on how to improve local rivers and washes. 

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Water availability top issue for central Arizona farmers | Western Farm Press

Water availability top issue for central Arizona farmers | Western Farm Press | Water Resources Research Center | Scoop.it
Initial findings from an Arizona State University and University of Arizona Cooperative Extension survey of central Arizona farmers suggest problems in water availability for agriculture will continue as a front-and-center issue.

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Conserve to Enhance

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Water Resources – water quality, stream flows, etc. – consistently rank as Americans’ top environmental concern. Yet many people do not know what water issues exist in their own community or what they can do to protect and improve local water resources and the environment.

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Water Accounts for 12.6 Percent of U.S. Energy Consumption: Report

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A team of researchers from the University of Texas at Austin has released a detailed report on energy use in water delivery to citizens of the United States, finding that no less than 12.6 percent of the nation's total annual energy consumption is...
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WRRC Annual Photo Contest 2012 | wrrc.arizona.edu

WRRC Annual Photo Contest 2012 | wrrc.arizona.edu | Water Resources Research Center | Scoop.it

WRRC is pleased to announce our Arizona WRRC 2012 Photo Contest.


This year’s theme is, Water – The Human Element


Arizona is a region of extremes when it comes to water sources and resources. Water, in one form or another, can be found everywhere and affects everything: environment, communities, people, etc.

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2012 Summer Extern Update: County Sustainability Projects that Improve the Lives of Arizonans | wrrc.arizona.edu

2012 Summer Extern Update: County Sustainability Projects that Improve the Lives of Arizonans | wrrc.arizona.edu | Water Resources Research Center | Scoop.it
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The Arizona Green Plumber talks to U of A WRRC!

The Arizona Green Plumber talks to U of A WRRC! | Water Resources Research Center | Scoop.it
Join host John Smith as he talks with Candice Rupprecht and Aaron Lien of University of Arizona Conserve to Enhance Program at the Water Resources Research Center.Aaron is a Research Analyst at The University of Arizona Water Resources Research...
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Arizona water quality report draft available

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Arizona Department of Environmental Quality officials announced today that a draft version of a report that examines surface water quality in Arizona is...

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Water Resources Research Center 2021 Strategic Plan | wrrc.arizona.edu

Water Resources Research Center 2021 Strategic Plan | wrrc.arizona.edu | Water Resources Research Center | Scoop.it

This is the WRRC response to Phase III of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Strategic Planning Process. This document explains our unit’s purpose, vision, mission and shared values, and details specific strategic goals that will enable the WRRC to realize its vision for 2021.

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