Cochise Water Wise
Why be Water Wise? Many residents presently enjoy a reliable, relatively inexpensive supply of high quality water. However, water use has begun to exceed water recharge in some areas of Cochise County, generating concern about depleting water resources. Visit the Water Wise Program site as well as our other Water Wise programs which include Water Wise Youth Education Programs and Water Wise Energy Smart.
Are you confused about the how, when, and why of pruning your landscape plants? If so, come learn how to make your first cut the right cut.
Water Awareness Month's "2017 Learn-to-Conserver Series" first event: Drip Irrigation Clinic.
Water Awareness Month's "Learn-to-Conserve Series" 2nd event: Family Day at the UA.
Water Awareness Month's "Learn-to-Conserve Series" 3rd event- Graywater: Laundry to Landscape.
Join us to learn the basics of how to harvest rain at your home: from using a simple barrel system to a large tank system.
Effective erosion controls are important techniques in preventing water pollution, soil loss, wildlife habitat loss and protecting landscapes.
Join us for a short presentation on Rainwater Harvesting followed by a guided tour (by caravan) of local rainwater harvesting sites.
Would you like a garden which requires less water, maintenance, pesticides, AND is healthier for you and the natural world?
Learn the basics of well components, well maintenance, and wellhead protection.
Come enjoy the 20th Xeriscape Self-Guided Tour presented by the Water Wise and Master Gardener Programs!
Do you know how to care for your septic system? When was the last time it was pumped?
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