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Rain! And its Aftermath.

This past week, mother nature delivered some much needed precipitation to the Central Arizona Highlands. The parched earth got a much needed drink of water and we enjoyed cooler temperatures, dramatic skies, and rare humidity. On Friday, July 13, we wandered around the watershed to watch how it shed water. And boy did it shed! See photos

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Dirt From the Field – July 2011

Well, it’s July…monsoon time! As always, lots has been going on. For starters, there’s been the irrigation system in Watson Woods.  I really don’t know where to begin but it’s been an uphill battle to get water flowing to our trees.  I mentioned in my May blog post that we supply supplemental water to about

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2010 Monsoon Rundown

Arizona’s spotty monsoon season was even spottier this year in Prescott. 4.95″ of precipitation fell on Prescott this summer, far below the 8.54″ average, making this the 16th driest year on record (out of 112 years). Despite the dismal showing here, the 2010 monsoon delivered slightly above average rainfall to northern Arizona. What does this

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