• Sustainable Landscapes EXPO

    Sustainable Landscapes Expo is hosted by Pima Smartscape, Tucson Water and the University of Arizona College of Agriculture & Life Sciences – Cooperative Extension. This free and family-friendly…

  • Smartscape Series

    Smartscape: A Training Program for Landscape Professionals™ consists of eight workshops taught by University of Arizona faculty and local business professionals. They provide informative, research-based instruction designed to promote best landscape management practices for the urban Sonoran Desert…

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  • Smartscape Español

    Smartscape en Español es el equivalente al programa de Smartscape: A Training Program for Landscape Professionals™. Este programa se compone de ocho clases de entrenamiento impartidos por la Universidad de Arizona y por profesionales de negocios locales. Estas clases…

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  • Advanced Smartscape Classes

    Advanced Professional Smartscape classes build on the basic instruction offered in Smartscape: A Training Program for Landscape Professionals™ by expanding the subject matter to provide a broader and/or deeper knowledge in given areas of interest…

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  • Turf Irrigation Management

    The Turf Irrigation workshop is designed for those in the Green Industry responsible for the maintenance of large turf areas. The workshop teaches the basic biology of turfgrass, environmental and cultural factors that affect irrigation, irrigation auditing…

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  • Residential and Rebate Classes

    Smartscape is pleased to offer practical landscape water conservation classes for the residents of Pima County and surrounding communities. All classes are based on the principles of Xeriscape and Best Management Practices for creating and maintaining water-smart home landscapes.

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Pima Smartscape

Make April “Earth Month” by practicing 30 days of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Refuse. And remember to join thousands of Tucsonans at Earth Day on Saturday, April 20, at the Children’s Museum Tucson.
www.childrensmuseumtucson.org/earthday
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Congratulations to our Graduate Assistant, David Sanabria, for his excellent Master’s Thesis presentation of a neighborhood park renovation concept at UA College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture See MoreSee Less

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Pima Smartscape

Help Tucson repeat our 2018 victory! Join your fellow Tucsonans, April 1-30, by pledging to save water and other natural resources for our community. You could win eco-friendly prizes, including a grand prize of $3,000 in utility payments, “Green Your Home” cleaning kits, water-saving fixtures, and more. In addition, a community charity can win a 2019 Toyota Highlander Hybrid.
Wyland Foundation: www.mywaterpledge.com/
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3 weeks ago

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Tucson Water
Tucson Water uses Colorado River water more than any other supply. However, we are vigilant of the natural recharge that takes place every year thanks to snowmelt and rain runoff from the mountains that surround our city. This winter has been good. The sustained flow in the Rillito River has infiltrated through the sandy soil into the aquifer. Well site readings nearby show that water levels have increased by a few feet to nearly forty feet (depending on location) since mid-January.
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