Coconino Plateau Water Advisory Council|
and Watershed Partnership
The Coconino Plateau Water Advisory Council was formed out of an increasing awareness of the impacts of drought and growth on our water supply. The need to understand the current and future needs for water in our area and what can be done to ensure an adequate supply brought the participants together. The agencies and organizations that are now working toward finding answers to our water issues are also dedicated to protecting the health and beauty of our environment.
In 2013 an affiliate organization, the Coconino Plateau Watershed Partnership, was formed to provide separate entities for the purposes of lobbying and funding efforts.
Funding resources and maintenance of this website are provided by the Coconino Plateau Water Advisory Council.
Who we are
Please click on the page tab links to our participants and their profiles. You will find a diverse group of organizations, agencies, tribes, cities and towns cooperating for the purpose of identifying and supporting ways to assist in meeting the water needs of the Coconino Plateau.
We hope you will find our website useful for understanding our water issues in northern Arizona.
CPWP TAC Water Source and Demand Menu Maps (large files)
CLICK HERE for Demand Map
CLICK HERE for Ground Water Map
CLICK HERE for Surface Water Map
The Coconino Plateau Watershed Partnership is co-sponsoring "Parched: The Art of Water in the Southwest."
This program was made possible by grants from Arizona Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts. Sponsorships were obtained from the Grand Canyon Trust, Arizona Hydrological Society, Arizona Hydrological Society Foundation, Global Water Policy Consulting, Natural Channel Designs, City of Tusayan, Tusayan Sanitary District, Coconino Plateau Watershed Partnership, Arizona Department of Water Resources, Errol Montgomery, Tom and Tanya Klimas, and Northern Arozona University. Lean more about "Parched" by going to the Flagstaff Arts Council website.
CLICK HERE for more information on "Parched"
Coconino Redwall-Mauv Aquifer Modeling Report
CLICK HERE to view the report
CPWAC/CPWP 2020 Meeting Schedule
CLICK HERE for Schedule
Photos from 2019 Glen Canyon Float Trip
The Glen Canyon Float Trip was a big success with over seventy participants on three rafts. Thanks go out to our sponsors that funded Dr. Springer's students! Thanks to APS, Friends of the Verde River, Tusayan Sanitary District, Westland Resources, Matrix New World, Fresh Water Policy Consulting and Ron Doba Mgmt. Services.
CLICK HERE for Photos
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