The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Improving Lives, Communities and the Economy


  • Saving Water in an Arid Environment

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  • Flood Irrigated Cotton

    Salt accumulates at the wetted perimeter in a surface drip system for corn.

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  • Ten companies own and control 75% of the worlds seeds. How does this
    affect local food security and the health of our region? More

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  • Arizona Aquifers Video

    Arizona Aquifers Video

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  • Rainwater harvesting tanks being installed to help reduce runoff.

    Every Little Drop Makes A Big Difference Impact Story

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Water permeates throughout many aspects of life in Arizona, the Southwest and the world. Get the latest information on water quality issues including reclaimed water, septic systems and drinking water requirements. You can also find information on water use for plants, crops and trees as well as how best to care for water in your watersheds, rivers, streams and wells. For more Water information, visit the additional topic areas below.

What's Happening

Speaker: Dr. Alon Rimmer, Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research, Lake Kinneret Limnological Laboratory

Friday, April 10, 2015 / 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Center for Creative Photography Auditorium
Date/Time: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 / 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Speaker: Tice Supplee, Audubon Arizona Director of Bird Conservation

April 23, 2015: This new 1-day class will focus on advanced concepts associated with soil and site evaluation.

April 24, 2015:  This new 1-day class will focus on overcoming design issues associated with challenging soil and/or site

Desert Horticulture Conference logo

The Desert Horticulture Conference is the premier annual conference for all members of the southwest green industry: landscape architects, designer

Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) 2015 Annual Conference

August 17-18, 2015: Did you know that you are now required to attend an ADEQ-approved course before initiating the real estate ins

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