Tracking Species for Conservation

 

 

 

THINK LOCAL - GO NATIVE: LANDSCAPE WITH LOCAL NATIVE PLANTS

 

 

PLANT IN GROUPINGS: INSTEAD OF PLANTING A SINGLE SAGUARO

AS A SPECIMEN PLANT, LANDSCAPE WITH SEVERAL PLANTS

COMMONLY FOUNDGROWING IN ASSOCIATION

WITH SAGUAROS IN YOUR AREA

 

 

MAKING THE GRADE - TOP TO BOTTOM: TO BEGIN

THE RESTORATION OF THE GRADE OF YOUR ERODING WASHES

START AT THE HEAD END AND CONSIDER USING NATURAL MATERIALS,

SUCH AS PLANTS, PLANT MATERIAL AND ROCKS TO CREATE FLOW IMPEDIMENTS

 

 

SLOW THE FLOW: USE NATIVE VEGETATION IN YOUR WASHES

AND STREAMS TO SLOW THE FLOW AND HELP

TO RECHARGE OUR GROUNDWATER

 

 

 

 

Created and Maintained by William T. Kendall, Conservationist

Graduate of Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree with a Field of

Concentration in the Conservation of Natural Resources. Retired from the

Arizona Department of Agriculture after 26 years of service.