Arizona’s Most Burning Question: The Future of our Forests and Water

  • Tue, May 22, 2018
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • HD SOUTH Home of the Gilbert Historical Museum 10 South Gilbert Road Gilbert, AZ 85296 (Southwest corner of Guadalupe and Elliot Roads)


Arizona’s Most Burning Question: The Future of our Forests and Water

When: Tuesday May 22, 2018

Time: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Where: HD SOUTH Home of the Gilbert Historical Museum

            10 South Gilbert Road

            Gilbert, AZ 85296 (Southwest corner of Guadalupe and Elliot Roads)

Cost:  Free

Details: Arizona and the other western states are facing what perhaps is their greatest challenge, the condition of our forested watersheds. Changing climate, extended drought, forest fires and increasing human population are testing the resiliency of our forests and watersheds.

Rebecca Davidson of the National Forests Foundation will talk about why our national forests are so important for our nation’s water supply and what we can do to manage our forests for the present and the future.

Registration Required: Go to www.hdsouth.org or call Thom at 480.926.1577 to register. Space is limited.


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