From a birds-eye view, scientists are spotting their targets using drones to get rid of as many invasive species as possible.
The Arizona Nursery Association featured the Lower Salt River Restoration Project in their July/August 2021 issue.
Mapping invasive vegetation species in arid regions is a critical task for managing water resources and understanding threats to ecosystem services.
March 8, 2021
Arizona is suffering from climate change. As local projects try to restore the environment, photogrammetry helps monitor changes.
February 10, 2021
The Boeing Company has invested a sum of $100,000 in the National Forest Foundation’s (NFF) innovative youth program, Green Drone AZ. The program is designed to foster and strengthen the interest in STEM and technology career paths through the lens of local stewardship, public lands management, and drone technology.
January 6, 2021
The Salt River is a crucial source of water, life and beauty for Arizona, acting as a major artery throughout the watershed and for city water supplies in the Valley of the Sun. The Salt River not only provides a clean, renewable water supply, but also vibrant and lush wildlife habitat and many recreation opportunities for anglers, boaters, birders, and so many others.
The Office of the Maricopa County School Superintendent hosted Green Drone AZ in their first STEM Pro Live event of the 2020/2021 school year!
August 28, 2020
A multi-year partnership between several organizations is aiming to restore a wildfire-damaged section of the Salt River northeast of the Phoenix area.
December 6, 2019
Phoenix, Arizona is not always well understood when it comes to where water comes from or how water makes it to our faucets. However, surface water makes its way from the Salt and Verde watersheds to provide a majority of the water supplies Phoenix’s communities depend on.
A new restoration project is underway along the Lower Salt River in the Tonto National Forest, as invasive plant species are threatening native vegetation.
December 17, 2018