In an article published by Scottsdale Progress, CEO, Justin Owen was interviewed about the role of the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy attracting tourists to Scottsdale. "Because over 40 percent of Scottsdale’s tax revenue comes from nonresidents, the ability for Scottsdale to have a thriving tourism enterprise has allowed the city to be able to preserve this much
In previous years we have combined the Conservancy annual report into an edition of Mountain Lines. To give us an opportunity to really celebrate our accomplishments we now produce an annual report and we are delighted to share this with you. This represents our accomplishments for fiscal year 2020 (7/1/2019 - 6/30/2020) and recognizes donors
From CityLifestyle MagazineNonprofits serve important roles in their communities. Many provide for those in need or are working toward achieving certain goals that might make the world a better place. On these pages, we’ve written about four nonprofits making an impact. Discover a playhouse that seeks to help children with Down syndrome and their families;
The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy has been working with ASU computer science students on a capstone project directed at monitoring bat populations in Arizona. Since June, the McDowell Sonoran Preserve has worked with the students to apply software that automates the emergence counts of bats from a gated mine in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.According to its website, counting the number
American Midlands Naturalist today published the Conservancy manuscript, Lessons Learned 5+ Years After Transplanting and Seeding Restoration Sites in the Sonoran Desert, U.S.A. Helen I. Rowe, Tiffany A. Sprague, Jennifer Broatch, Dan Gruber, Debbie Langenfeld, Lisa Rivera Read the manuscript here.
Take a look at this great AZCentral Article featuring the Conservancy! Mary Fastiggi, Science Coordinator, contributed to the article and serves with the Desert Defenders program with our partners at CAZCA.
Published on Sunday, August 9th, on page 17 at this link: Conservancy Undaunted by Pandemic, Rain
Our partners at CAZCA recently issues an opinion/editorial at Arizona Central reminding the public that in these challenging times, the strain put on our open spaces is extraordinary, and funding is needed to continue to offer these locations for people to enjoy. They highlight the therapeutic side of nature and ask the public to consider