Watershed CPR: Restoring Natural, Built And Human Environments
Watershed Health is everyone’s concern, especially in the arid lands of the southwestern United States, our watersheds are in great need of resuscitation and the Land and Water Summit this year will concentrate on learning about ways to improve watershed health. Just as we he have learned to recognize signs of illness in our community and run to their aid when necessary, so we must learn to recognize the signs of distressed environments and how to cure those ills.
This year’s Summit will explore options for enhancing watershed management, reducing human impact through the efficient use of water, and illustrating the connections between the watershed and ALL of its inhabitants.
Living in a watershed means not only recognizing its limits and assisting in keeping it clean and healthy—it means teaching others to do the same. Join us as we bring teachers and watershed students together to discuss and brainstorm ways we can revive our watersheds.