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Albuquerque believed it had a vast aquifer to supply it with water in perpetuity until a U.S. Geological Survey revealed the aquifer was not only much smaller than thought, but shrinking fast. Albuquerque had gone from perceived water security to a real water crisis, virtually overnight. Rick Shean, Water Rights Manager for the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Authority, will detail the steps taken to secure prompt action from local officials and buy-in from the public to tackle the emergency, discuss the plans put in place to ensure success, and provide insights for other communities in the southwest in a free Zoom Webinar presented by the Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG) on May 13, from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. The Zoom link is posted in the “Next Meeting” section at www.cwagaz.org .
YCDP General Meeting
Thursday May 13, 6:30pm
State Legislature Representatives Athena Salman and Judy Schwiebert
The Assault on Education, Voting Rights and Women’s Rights
Join us as we host State Representatives Athena Salman and Judy Schwiebert. The Arizona State Legislature has been a battleground this legislative session with the razor-thin Republican-led house and senate passing bills that undermine education, elections, and doctor-patient confidentiality. Come and hear from those on the front lines and learn what we need to do to flip AZ truly blue in 2022.
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Meeting ID: 979 744 7107
Visit yavdem.org for more information.
Online via Zoom – May 15, 2021 – 1pm Arizona Time – about 1 hour in length
Prescott Computer Society will present an online – Zoom – program designed to help prevent your identity and your assets from being stolen after you die. Go to PCS4me.com and click on “Register in advance for this meeting” to receive login instructions.
There is no charge for this program.
JB Burke – [email protected]
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
• Basic Grape and Grape Vine Info
• Getting Started
➢ Climate, Soil, Site
➢ Propagating, Planting,
➢ Trellising, Pruning Harvesting
• Pests… Animals, Insects, Weeds
• Case History Example…Cielo Azul
Vineyard in Chino Valley
For more information
You-Tubes of past presentations:
YAVAPAI COUNTY MASTER GARDENER
‣Wednesday, May 26, 2021 – 6:30pm
‣Presenter: Rich Peterson
Rich earned a BS degree in Geology from Arizona State
University in 1976 and had a 28-year career as a geologist and
program director in oil & gas exploration and production
research projects. After retiring from that career in 2004, Rich
moved to Chino Valley and pursued Yavapai College degrees in
green building technology and agriculture, both long-standing
personal interests. Rich also completed the Yavapai County
Cooperative Extension Master Gardener course in 2011 and is an
active member of the Master Gardener Association. For the past
6 years Rich has been a Yavapai College Production Horticulture
adjunct instructor, teaching assistant, and greenhouse
technician. With Rich’s close association to Yavapai College and
the Master Gardeners Association, he strives to foster mutually
beneficial relationships between those two groups.
Zoom Meeting Link:
COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICES
Yavapai County – Prescott
840 Rodeo Drive, Bldg. C
Prescott, AZ 86305
Ph: (928) 445-6590
Yavapai County – Camp Verde
2830 N. Commonwealth Drive, #103
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
Ph: (928) 554-8999
The University of Arizona is an equal
opportunity provider. Learn more at
Persons with a disability may request
reasonable accommodation, such as a
sign language interpreter, by
contacting Lydia Watts at (928) 445-
6590 x221. Requests should be made
as early as possible to allow time to
arrange the accommodation.