The Verde River: State of the Watershed Conference

at Dead Horse Ranch State Park

May 10 - 11, 2017

"The Verde River: State of the Watershed" Conference is held to bring together the broad network of partners, community members, local leadership, scientists, restoration practitioners, business owners, and other river enthusiasts who have a vested interest in the health of the Verde River Watershed.

On May 10th, there will be one of many field trips across the Verde Watershed including: "Wild and Scenic Fossil Creek," "Watchable Wildlife at Page Springs" and "In the Weeds: Restoration on the Verde," and more.

On May 11th, the conference continues at the historic Clark Memorial Club House. Hear from Vincent Randall, Apache Elder on the importance of water to the Yavapai-Apache Nation and from Sarah Porter, the Director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at Arizona State University on the cost of water uncertainty in Arizona.

Learn about the environmental, social and economic contributions that the Verde makes to the region and the state during conference sessions that include "Sustaining Flow: Restoring Habitat and Building Community" where professional in the field will present on current efforts being carried out to sustain the Verde. Then spend some time at the Verde Watershed Cafe further exploring with regional watershed and restoration professional topics that are important specifically to you.

For more information or to register for the event, visit verderivergreenway.org.