Coyote wash recharge moves forward

Karen Riggs, Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network, pointed out the location of a new recharge project in the development phase in Coyote Wash. She spoke at a public meeting held July 1.

SIERRA VISTA — Rainwater falling on impervious surfaces, like streets and parking lots, is an as-yet-untapped resource in Sierra Vista, but soon some of that water will become a benefit for the San Pedro River and the aquifer which sustains it.

Karen Riggs with Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network (CCRN), and Ricardo Aguirre, founder of Holistic Engineering and Land Management, Inc., provided an update on the progress of the recharge project to interested citizens during a July 1 meeting.

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