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Preserving a Lifeline for the Verde River

Jan 27th, 2017  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Preserving a Lifeline for the Verde River

This fall, Western Rivers Conservancy launched an effort to conserve a rare unprotected reach of Arizona’s East Verde River. Flowing from headwaters in the forests of the Mogollon Rim, the East Verde courses through nearly 30 miles of backcountry within the Tonto National Forest and Mazatzal Wilderness, where it finally meets the Verde River against a backdrop of sunbaked boulders and saguaro cacti.

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A River in the Redwoods of the Big Sur Coast

Jan 18th, 2017  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

A River in the Redwoods of the Big Sur Coast

Amidst the world’s southernmost naturally occurring redwoods, and within earshot of the waves of the Big Sur coastline, Western Rivers Conservancy has taken crucial first steps to conserve a 1,200-acre ranch along the Little Sur River.

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