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Santa Cruz River Regeneration Walk from 29th St towards 22nd in Tucson

November 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Santa Cruz river has had a flow of water between 29th and 22nd street almost continuously since last February. Some willows and a few young cottonwood sprouts have already appeared. Coyotes, Rabbits, Birds and other species are present (and well fed with the greenery).

*[The Santa Cruz River Heritage project](https://www.tucsonaz.gov/water/SCRHP) describes the scene this way:*
*The Santa Cruz River Heritage Project is an excellent example of how Tucson Water continues to ensure reliable water resources for our community. The project adds up to 2.8 million gallons of treated recycled water daily (3,150 acre feet a year) to the Santa Cruz River at a point south of downtown near the heart of the city. This added water brings perennial flow to this portion of the river, fostering abundant native vegetation and wildlife.*

Join us Saturday at 1:00 pm. as we acknowledge the regenerative imperative in the healing of this too long dry riverbed. We meet in the parking area and at 1:05 we will walk down into the river bed to get a close look and offer gratitude. We will stroll/meander along the river at a gentle pace between 29th and 22nd. A soft drum meditation will help us focus our intention on this important water way that now flows.

Please wear walking shoes and take care of yourself with the weather.

We will meet in the horse unloading parking lot north of the food bank community garden and just south of the river park restrooms on Cottonwood road off of Silverlake (29th street} on the west side of the river bridge. Text Quynn at 520=954-2004 if you cannot find us.

This is a free circle, but please bring a plastic bag to remove trash.

Details

Date:
November 5
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.meetup.com/web-of-life-animists/events/289418362

Venue

Santa Cruz River Park
Santa Cruz River Park
Tucson, AZ 85745 us
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