The Dry Creek Restoration project will benefit the Verde watershed by restoring a portion of the Dry Creek drainage, a tributary of Oak Creek. Removal of illegal dams and debris will restore natural drainage, allowing the forces of water and wind to shape habitat for native flora and fauna. Trash removal should aid in reducing […]
One for the Verde funds conservation, restoration, and education projects that help preserve, restore, or enhance the Verde River and its tributaries.
Project proposals are accepted from public land managers, local municipalities, non-profit organizations, or community groups. Once proposals are received, our advisory council chooses the best projects based on environmental impact, community involvement, and available funding. All funded projects are to be completed within a 12-month period. One for the Verde projects include trail building and improvements, river access points maintenance, water conservation efforts, habitat restoration and improvements for river recreation, such as boating, fishing, and birding.
A request for proposals is announced in the beginning of October every year for our Fall grant cycle.