Lower San Pedro Video


The Lower San Pedro Watershed Alliance (LSPWA) is dedicated to uniting conservation minded individuals, groups, and agencies to protect a threatened riparian ecosystem and its supporting watershed. The above YouTube link allows this ecosystem and associated landforms to make the case for conservation, with no spoken words. Although we have plans to do more traditional, narrated film pieces in the future, please take the time to see parts of this spectacular watershed from the perspective of the wildlife that inhabit the region.


Latest News

  • Updates on LSPWA for Early 2019 These updates reported by Peter Else, LSPWA chair. The last two years have been very active for the Lower San Pedro Watershed Alliance, so active that we have been remiss ...
    Posted Mar 12, 2019, 4:34 PM by Peter Else
  • Alex reports on Wildlife Monitoring Summary of the LSPWA Wildlife Monitoring Program,  by Alex Binford-Walsh, coordinator of wildlife monitoring for the Lower San Pedro Watershed Alliance and the Cascabel Conservation Association. Since 2014, LSPWA ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2019, 7:19 AM by Peter Else
  • 2017 Update from the Officers of the Lower San Pedro Watershed Alliance Accomplishments of the Lower San Pedro Watershed Alliance (LSPWA) during the past year were shaped by Mick Meader, one of our directors who passed away gracefully in February of 2017 ...
    Posted Feb 6, 2018, 2:59 PM by Jeau Allen
  • Comments Submitted on Ray Mine Tailings Proposal LSPWA director Diane Laush used her extensive background as a wildlife biologist to develop comments on the proposed Ray Mine Tailings Storage Facility near Kearny, Arizona. On March 8, 2016 ...
    Posted Feb 6, 2018, 1:48 PM by Jeau Allen
  • Winter Meeting, March 2nd at Oracle State Park With our recently granted tax-exempt status and our membership base now representing over 9,200 acres in privately-held lands, 71,000 acres in leased lands associated with three ...
    Posted Feb 16, 2015, 12:22 PM by Peter Else
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