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The San Pedro River at the San Pedro House

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The San Pedro River at the San Pedro House

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9800 E. Hwy. 90
Sierra Vista, AZ 85650 United States
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September 2017

Seek the San Pedro – Sierra Vista

September 30, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
The San Pedro River at the San Pedro House, 9800 E. Hwy. 90
Sierra Vista, AZ 85650 United States
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Celebrate National Public Lands Day and the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area! Join us for a fun, family-friendly day of outdoor learning for kids, families and adults along the beautiful San Pedro River. Activities include nature walks, exhibits, wildlife demonstrations, and the chance to learn more about water, birds, history and so much more! Nature walks will occur hourly in the morning, and Ken Lamberton will also lead a writing workshop in the morning (registration is required for the…

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July 2018

Environmental River Walk of the San Pedro River – Sierra Vista/Bisbee

July 7, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
The San Pedro River at the San Pedro House, 9800 E. Hwy. 90
Sierra Vista, AZ 85650 United States
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Environmental River Walk of the San Pedro River Date and Time: July 7th, 8:00 meet at the San Pedro House Venue or Location: San Pedro House, 9800 E. Hwy 90, Sierra Vista, San Pedro Riparian Conservation Area (participation limited, first come-first serve) Community Partners: Friends of the San Pedro River, San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Bureau of Land Management, Nature Conservancy Description: An interpretive river walk focused on local water concerns, where our water comes from, and the value…

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Water 101: What, When, Where, How? – Sierra Vista

July 7, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 10:30 am
The San Pedro River at the San Pedro House, 9800 E. Hwy. 90
Sierra Vista, AZ 85650 United States
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Water exists above, below, and all around us.  Water regularly moves through a series of places, and is recycled back again!  Much of the water we see and use started in the ocean.  This water was moved by the energy of the sun and the pull of gravity to get here.  It can take a long time, or a short time, to move water from one place to another.  Surface water (like streams and lakes) and groundwater (like aquifers) are…

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