The nonprofit mission of Native Seeds/SEARCH is to conserve and promote arid-adapted crop diversity to nourish a changing world. We work within the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico to strengthen regional food security.
Please join us in this necessary work.


Water Harvesting Workshop at NS/S

{artcolorbox path="images/NSS/1-7-2013" previewHeight="180" theme="3" resize="true" maxHeight="800"/}

**Please note: New workshop date for March 9 just added!**

Join Native Seeds/SEARCH and Watershed Management Group in an exciting partnership as we install two steel culvert cisterns at the NS/S Conservation Center.

Funded by grants from Tucson Water, these cisterns will collect rainwater from the buildings on site, helping to transform and beautify our outdoor Courtyard by supporting native vegetation as well as demonstration gardens and food production. The work will be completed over the course of two public workshops led by WMG instructors and cistern experts Adam Schwartz and Mark Ragel, who will provide a hands-on education in the design and construction of steel culvert cisterns.

Advanced sign-up is required and space is limited. Please only sign up if you are committed to attending, as we are depending on participants' assistance to complete the project.

Phase II Workshop
Saturday, March 9, 2013
9 am - 2 pm

Register here.

NS/S Conservation Center
3584 E. River Road Tucson, AZ 85718

Contact Phone: (520)271-4818 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.