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Meet Friends of the Verde River
Meet a few of the "friends" from Friends of the Verde River to find out why they care about the Verde River. The Verde River is one of the last...
Growth in the Upper Verde River/Big Chino Watershed
Have you thought about what Yavapai County, Arizona may look like in the future? --- http://vrbp.org --- Home to popular tourist destinations like the Verde Valley (including much of Sedona),...
Drought in Arizona and El Niño 2016 - Dr. Michael Crimmins
April 2016 Sponsored by the Verde River Basin Partnership - http://www.vrbp.org. One of the strongest El Niño events in the last 100 years has impacted weather patterns across the globe...
The Verde River and the Partnership
What is Verde River Basin Partnership and why does it care about the future of the Verde River? Find out in this brief introductory video. Note: The Verde River Basin...
So, What Floats Your Boat? An Overview of Navigability Adjudication of the Verde River
Edwin Slade from the Natural Resources Section of the Arizona Attorney General's Office presents the history and current status of the navigability adjudication of the Verde River. Is the...
As Long As the River Flows, Life Will Be Good - Yavapai Apache Nation
Yavapai Elder Mary Sine said the words "As long as the river flows, life will be good". She was referring to the Verde River, lifeblood of the Verde Valley and...
Potential Impacts on Groundwater and Surface Water Resources - Verde River Basin - Dr. Laurel Lacher
Dr. Laurel Lacher, Principal of Lacher Hydrological Consulting examines the simulated changes in groundwater and surface water conditions in the Verde River Basin in Arizona over the next 60...
We're All in It Together: Shared Risks in the Colorado River Basin
What is happening in the Colorado River Basin with water supplies and river flows? Will Arizona soon see cuts in their water supply from the Colorado River? Jennifer Pitt gives...
Verde River Irrigation Ditches and Fish - Existing Together
Even one day without water is a bad day for a fish. Ever wonder what our native fish do when irrigation ditches divert the river away from them? Kim Schonek,...
ADWR's "Strategic Vision for Water Supply Sustainability" 2014
Interim Director Michael Lacey of the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) gives an overview of their vision, "Arizona's Next Century: A Strategic Vision for Water Supply Sustainability"...
Presentation of the first Dr. Edward "Ed" Wolfe Stewardship Award
On January 28, 2014, the Verde River Basin Partnership presented its first Dr. Edward "Ed" Wolfe Stewardship Award to the eponymous first recipient, Dr. Ed Wolfe. This award honors a...
Arizona Water Law 101 - Jocelyn Gibbon, JD
Ever wonder how water is managed and treated under the law in Arizona? Jocelyn Gibbon, JD, of Freshwater Policy Consulting, LLC gives us a, easy-to-understand introduction to the somewhat complex...
Segment 4: USGS Studies Human Impacts on the Verde River - Groundwater and Streamflow
Segment 4 of 4 of the USGS Verde River groundwater and streamflow study presentation. http://vrbp.org Brad Garner, a USGS hydrologist, gives viewers an introduction on basic hydrological...
Segment 3: USGS Studies Human Impacts on the Verde River - Groundwater and Streamflow
Segment 3 of 4 of the USGS Verde River streamflow and groundwater study presentation. http://vrbp.org Brad Garner, a USGS hydrologist, gives viewers an introduction on basic hydrological...
Segment 2: USGS Studies Human Impacts on the Verde River - Groundwater and Streamflow
Segment 2 of 4 of the USGS Verde River groundwater and streamflow study presentation. http://vrbp.org Brad Garner, a USGS hydrologist, gives viewers an introduction on basic hydrological...
Segment 1: USGS Studies Human Impacts on the Verde River - Groundwater and Streamflow
Segment 1 of 4 of the USGS Verde River groundwater and streamflow study presentation. http://vrbp.org Brad Garner, a USGS hydrologist, gives viewers an introduction on basic hydrological principle...
Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick Q&A - Part Two
Congresswoman Kirkpatrick answers the audience's questions about natural resources in Arizona, energy, mental health, forest management, etc. She was the guest speaker at the Verde River Basin...
Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick Q&A - Part One
Congresswoman Kirkpatrick talks about water in Arizona and answers the audience's questions the Red Rocks National Scenic Area, diversified economy ideas, federal budget sequestration, the...
Climate Change in Arizona: Past, Present, and Future - Part Two - Dr. Michael Crimmins
Learn about Arizona's climate, how it has changed, what is currently happening, and what the future holds. Dr. Michael Crimmins is a Climate Science Extension Specialist and an Associate Professor...
Climate Change in Arizona: Past, Present, and Future - Part Three - Dr. Michael Crimmins
Learn about Arizona's climate, how it has changed, what is currently happening, and what the future holds. Dr. Michael Crimmins is a Climate Science Extension Specialist and an Associate Professor...
Climate Change in Arizona: Past, Present, and Future - Part One - Dr. Michael Crimmins
Learn about Arizona's climate, how it has changed, what is currently happening, and what the future holds. Dr. Michael Crimmins is a Climate Science Extension Specialist and an Associate Professor...
Hydrology Basics and the Northern Arizona Regional Groundwater Flow Model
http://vrbp.org Brad Garner, a USGS hydrologist, gives viewers an introduction on basic hydrological principles and an overview of the recent 2013 report by the United States Geological Survey...
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis Interview on the Verde River - Part 4
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis talks about state laws and federal laws regarding the Verde River. He discusses how stakeholders must come together and cooperate to move towards practices...
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis Interview on the Verde River - Part 3
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis talks about how "we are the stewards" in the Verde River watershed, etc.
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis Interview on the Verde River - Part 2
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis talks about the Verde River importance to the economy, etc.
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis Interview on the Verde River - Part 1
Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis discusses the importance of the Verde River to him and to the culture of the region, etc.
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