Santa Cruz River
The Santa Cruz River is a visible green ribbon of life connecting the U.S. (Arizona) and Mexico (Sonora), bridging rural and urban landscapes, joining together diverse stakeholders, and providing important riparian habitat for wildlife. While riparian areas provide numerous benefits to human communities, they are among the most endangered ecosystems. Numerous groups are conducting research, monitoring, restoration, and other collaborative conservation actions along the Santa Cruz River. Please use the Projects link on the upper-right to learn more about the various projects. If you are working on the Santa Cruz River and would like your project included in the list, please contact Jessica Weinberg (Jessica_weinberg@nps.gov) or Claire Zugmeyer (firstname.lastname@example.org).