Welcome to Water Wise!
2015 Event Schedule
Our next free event:
"Plant Now, 20 Most Successful Landcape Plants"
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8
(note: DATE CHANGE from Aug. 1)
9 to 11:30 a.m.
UA Sierra Vista campus, 1140 N. Colombo Ave, Sierra Vista, AZ, Groth Hall, Public Meeting Room.
Late summer to early fall is the BEST time to plant most landscapes plants. But what to plant? We will discuss successful landscape plants, landscape design, plant care and planting guidelines.
Presenter: Jan Groth, Cochise County Master Gardener
Some plants will be for sale after the talk, BUT
the BIG Master Gardener Fall Plant Sale will be September 19
UA Sierra Vista campus.
Stay tuned for details!
Resources for plants:
Wonder what your watering schedule should be? Here's a watering schedule!
SIERRA VISTA RAINWATER TOUR SITE DESCRIPTIONS
BISBEE TOUR SITE DESCRIPTIONS
Why be Water Wise? Arizonans have long known that water is our most precious resource. 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. To ensure adequate water supplies for the
future, all of us need to be more water wise. This web page contains
tips for saving water indoors and outdoors. These water wise ideas can
not only help you save money on your water bill, but also benefit the
community by conserving this precious resource.
Water Wise is a public/privately funded University of
Arizona Cooperative Extension water conservation educational program.
We are here to help you do what you want, but more water efficiently. Please let us help you!
Thank you to our Water Wise Partners
- we can't do it without you!
Annual Report 2014
Additional support is provided by Pueblo
del Sol Water, the City of
Bisbee, Southeast Arizona
Association of Realtors, and
the U of A Cooperative Extension.
The information given herein is supplied with the understanding
that no discrimination is intended and no endorsement by The University
of Arizona Cooperative Extension is implied.