To conserve the natural Sonoran Desert open spaces surrounding the
Superstition Wilderness Area for this and future generations.

Schedule 2020

Time: 6:30PM


Location: Apache Junction Multi-generational Center (Rm B117)
1035 N Idaho Rd, Apache Junction, AZ 85119


March 11, 2020 - Linking Landscapes with Biological Corridors: Planning and Measures to Minimize the Impact of Highways on Arizona’s Wildlife, featuring, Norris Dodd


Feb 26, 2020 - Peralta Park and More:  Present and Planned Open Space and Trails in Pinal County,  featuring, Kent Taylor


Feb 12, 2020 -Wildlife Conservation Across The Gradient of Urbanization, featuring, Jesse Lewis

Jan 22, 2020 - Fire in the Superstitions:  Short and Long Term Effects of the Woodbury Fire on Soils, Water, and Watersheds, featuring, Kelly Mott Lacroix 


Jan 9, 2020 - Fire in the Superstitions:  Real or Possible Effects of the Woodbury Fire on Water Delivery From Arizona’s Salt River Dams and Reservoirs, featuring, Andrew Volkmer


Schedule 2019


October 9, 2019 - Fire in the Superstitions: Trails, Terrain and Archeology Before Woodbury. Featuring, Ted Tenny


October 23, 2019 - Fire in the Superstitions: Fire Suppression Efforts on the Woodbury Fire. Featuring, Brad Johnson


Nov. 13, 2019 - Fire in the Superstitions: Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER).  Featuring, Mike Martinez


Dec 4, 2019 - Fire in the Superstitions:  Ecological Effects of the Woodbury Fire. Featuring, Mary Lata


Dec 11, 2019 - Fire in the Superstitions: Effects of the Woodbury Fire on Wildlife. Featuring, Laura Orscheln





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