Sponsorships of water-focused organizations

SRP proudly supports organizations across Arizona engaged in initiatives to encourage education about, protection for and conservation of water supplies. These organizations include:

  • Project WET: An educational group that aims to "develop and deliver the world's best water education resources, organize special water events, manage a worldwide network of local implementing partners, and advocate for the role of water education in solving the world's most pressing water issues."

  • Water Resources Research Center : University of Arizona branch charged with tackling key water policy and management issues, empowering informed decision-making, and enriching understanding through engagement, education, and applied research for Arizona and beyond.

  • Verde River Institute: Clarkdale, Arizona-based nonprofit focused on providing research and data, funding, policy expertise, education and consulting on diverse Verde River issues.

  • Water — Use It Wisely: Combined effort of more than 400 municipalities, nonprofits and private organizations to encourage the intelligent use of water supplies. Water — Use It Wisely began in 1999 as a joint effort between Arizona cities and water providers to launch a water conservation campaign and is now one of the largest conservation movements of its kind. Today, hundreds of private and public entities throughout North America tap into it.

  • Arizona Envirothon: Envirothon aims to "develop knowledgeable, skilled and dedicated citizens who are willing and prepared to work towards achieving and maintaining a natural balance between the quality of life and the quality of the environment" through an educational competition and other means.

  • Agribusiness & Water Council of Arizona: A not-for-profit trade association whose membership represents the entire agricultural community. Its members comprise "growers; ranchers; suppliers of equipment, seed, chemicals and services; attorney groups; agricultural processors; financiers of agribusiness enterprises; commodity groups; trade associations; and, electrical, irrigation and drainage districts."