Surface and subsurface conveyance of stormwater off site and to the Bear Down tank. Water runing off the Arizona Stadium field is collected in subsurface drain pipes and grates and drained to the site perimeter and under Lowell-Stevens into the Bear Down tank
Landscape water harvesting from parking lot runoff. This project was removed as part of the construction of the Arbol de la Vida Residence Hall.
Grading of alley to create positive drainage
This project was created to remove water ponding inside the garage. Drain inlets were installed, as well as drain pipes leading to Second Street outlet.
This is a course offered at UA, co-taught by Grant McCormick and Melanie Lenart (ENVS 454/554). Soon to be offered in Fall and Summer, if funds are available.
This online guide offers tools and information designed to be used in a group setting by multiple respresentatives. Provides detailed instructions for facilitator to lead group through the water harvesting assessment process. Interactive spreadsheets help users create a roadmap for undertaking water harvesting in their area. A template for building a community-specific presentation to share the roadmap with decision makers and the public is also included.
Events are offered at least once a month, on various water topics such as water harvesting, irrigation techniques, water quality, etc. Open to the public at various locations.
Water Wise Youth is designed to help teachers incorporate water education in the classroom. An instructional specialist from the program is available during school hours to help local teachers by leading presentations, activities and discussions with provided curriculum material. Water Wise Youth resources Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) lessons.
Rainwater Harvesting Workshops
Example rainwater harvesting installation, accessible to public. Terracing, swales, microbasins
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.