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Project Harvest proudly announces a dissertation defense by Kunal Palawat
Our very own Norma Villagomez-Marquez was interviewed by Stormwater Solutions regarding PFAS in rain.
Norma is a PhD student pursuing a degree in Soil, Water, and Environmental Sciences.
This time, we start out online! We invite ALL Project Harvest participants to attend one or both data sharing events online.
November 12-13th is the third annual Cobre Valley Water Forum.
Our very own Imelda Cortez was interviewed for Latino Verde, a World Voices Media project aiming to share the stories of Latinx leadership in the e
October 25th-30th is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week. Our partner, Sonora Environmental Research Institute (SERI), is hosting a series of w
Hello Project Harvest Participant,
Project Harvest was featured on Yale Climate Connections, a radio program based out of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, tha
Hello Project Harvest Participants,
Project Harvest's Ripple Effect was featured in Copper Area!
Watch Jesus Solis's video feature in Landmark Stories.
PhD student AJ Moses was selected for the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Capitol Hill Scholars Program. UCAR board of trust
Kunal is creating a Project Harvest Cookbook for their CLIMAS project.
Watch Monica Ramirez-Andreotta's video feature in Landmark Stories!
Science communication is a huge part of Project Harvest.
Hayden-Winkelman residents, please join us for a presentation on Wednesday, May 26 at 4pm in the Hayden High school library!
We will discuss and interpret your 2018-2019 harvested rainwater results through an interactive art exhibition!
We will discuss and interpret your 2018-2019 harvested rainwater results through a personalized booklet!
Join us for some light refreshments and snacks and give us feedback on Year 1 on Project Harvest!
Join us for some fun activities and give feedback on Year 1 on Project Harvest! Tell a friend!
We will discuss and interpret your 2017-2018 harvested rainwater results through an interactive art exhibition!
We will discuss and interpret your 2017-2018 harvested rainwater results through a personalized booklet!
Enjoy food and hands-on science activities! Get information about college!
A community-engaged partnership has been initiated with the Hayden-Winkelman Unified School District in Winkelman, AZ.
On March 20, 2017, Ramirez-Andreotta described future plans for Project Harvest in the City of Tucson.
Dr. Ramirez-Andreotta presented how in the arid and semi-arid Southwest, we have a rich mining legacy.
Want to learn more about your harvested water, soil, and plant data? Mark your calendars for step 1 of Project Harvest.