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Land Acquisition and Habitat Protection:
Funding Mechanisms For Southern Arizona
ALWT has identified land acquisition and habitat protection funding mechanisms that private landowners, nonprofit organizations, and local and tribal jurisdictions can utilize to maximize conservation efforts.



A Landowner-Based Management and Restoration
Vision for the West Branch of the Santa Cruz River
The West Branch, located two miles southwest of dowtown Tucson on the Santa Cruz River, is remarkable for its intact ecosystem, one of the very few Bosques that remain in Tucson.

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Part One (920k) Part Two (950k)

Part Three (525k) Appendices (1,150k)


Friends of the Sonoran Desert Open Space Bond Newsletter
ALWT partnered wtih other organizations and formed the FOSD to rally support for Question One in Pima County's May '04 Bond election

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Transportation And Habitat Fragmentation In Southern Arizona
The Arizona Land and Water Trust has been working diligently with the Nature Conservancy, to protect wildlife habitat by mapping wildlife migration corridors and conservation targets throughout Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Pima, Pinal, and Santa Cruz Counties, thereby expanding the wildlife corridor map to all six counties.

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