The University of Arizona
AridLID is an annual conference on green infrastructure and low impact development in arid regions–terms that describe the practice of using natural systems (plants, soils, water, etc.) to provide services like cleaning air and water, providing wildlife habitat, and calming traffic
EarthWeek is a three-day conference organized by students from the University of Arizona's School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (SEES). Components include El Dia del Agua, GeoDaze, and AIR, as well as days hosted by SWES and LTRR.
You are invited to the 2012 Southwest Wildfire Hydrology and Hazards Workshop, to be held at Biosphere 2 in the stunning foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains just north of Tucson, AZ on