Successful Water Catchment Restoration in Southern Arizona

On March 16th, a dedicated team of 7 volunteers from the Arizona Mule Deer Organization (AMDO), alongside collaborators from (SCI) and Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGF), embarked on a significant conservation mission in Southern Arizona. Our combined efforts focused on the restoration of three vital water catchments, pivotal for wildlife sustainability in the region.

Group of people and a dog standing in a parking lot with cars and road signs in the background, after a successful water catchment restoration in Southern Arizona.

The AMDO team lent their skills to a project nestled within the scenic Dragoon Mountains, northwest of Tombstone. This endeavor not only exemplifies our commitment to conservation but also highlights the power of collaboration in achieving meaningful impact.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone involved in this project. Your hard work and dedication have made a tangible difference in the lives of countless wildlife species relying on these water sources. It’s important to acknowledge the invaluable contribution of Wildlife Water Works, whose participation was crucial in the success of this restoration effort.

This project from our Region 5 crew is just one of many on our agenda. We look forward to continuing our mission and hope to see even more volunteers and partners join us in these vital conservation efforts.

Thank you to all our volunteers, SCI, AZGF, and Wildlife Water Works for your continued support and hard work. Together, we are making strides towards a more sustainable and vibrant natural world.

Stay tuned for updates on our upcoming projects and how you can get involved in making a difference with AMDO.

Together, we are conserving wildlife, one catchment at a time.

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