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.
Water Awareness Month's "2017 Learn-to-Conserver Series" first event: Drip Irrigation Clinic.
This is a 2-day course on designing onsite wastewater treatment and dispersal systems using Arizona regulations primarily for gravity distribution
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.
After successful completion of the 2-day National Association of Wastewater Transporters, Inc.
Learn the basics of well components, well maintenance, and wellhead protection.
This is a 2-day, ADEQ-approved course covering soil and site evaluation for onsite wastewater treatment systems.
Do you know how to care for your septic system? When was the last time it was pumped?
The University of Arizona College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Cooperative Extension Onsite Wastewater Education Program proudly announces it
Audio coverage of the Nov.
Doing our Part to Help Conserve Arizona's Water Resources and Reduce Global Warming by Saving Energy at Home
NARDeP Publishes Policy Brief on the Future of Colorado River Water from WRRC Director Sharon B. Megdal
Facing an Uncertain Colorado River Basin Future
Using their smartphones, visitors to the Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area are presented with questions about the environment and then use signs
Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Ward 4 Representative Shirley Scott will attend the Conserve to Enhance (C2E) program’s May 9 dedication event
UA Science Keeps Fairways Green With Less Water
A new private well owner hotline operated by the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) went into operation September 24.
About 5% of Arizona’s population depends on private wells for fresh water and more than 40% of our annual water use comes from Arizona’s aquifers.