Water|Ways Exhibit in Camp Verde

The Arizona tour of Water|Ways, is a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution. The Smithsonian has partnered with Arizona Humanities, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives, and [...]

2019 Earth Day

Water Related Outdoor Recreation Adds 3 Billion to Economy in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, New Report Says

In a new study on the economic impact of water related outdoor recreation released by Audubon Arizona this week, 545,000 Arizona residents participating in water related outdoor recreation in [...]

Keep Sedona Beautiful Annual Native Plant Workshop

Arizona Humanities Event Rivers of Dreams: Stories and Music of Arizona’s Waterways

Arizona’s rivers were first, lush green ribbons of life through a desert landscape. They became sustaining paths, first for the indigenous, later for immigrants leaving wagon tracks. On the [...]

Yavapai Apache Nation Exodus Day Commemoration

Verde Valley School


Jennifer Diffley

Native plants and Rainwater Harvesting: Save Money, Conserve Water, Beautify Your Yard

Nearly 30% of Prescott’s annual groundwater pumping is used for residential landscapes, a significant draw on declining aquifers that can be greatly reduced by using drought-tolerant plants and [...]