Water both nurtures and erodes our land. Changes in the land affect our water quality and supply.
Any story about watersheds is a story about both water and land. This story map connects our water supply to the landscapes we depend on, both natural and built environments. It drills down into the complex relationships between land and water by examining forest health, wildfires, climate change, and our state’s amazing biodiversity.
Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute, the University of Arizona’s Project WET (Water Education for Teachers), and the National Forest Foundation developed this story map on watershed function and health so that teachers and students, interested community members, and water users can better understand Arizona’s forest-water connection.