Join FWPP for a screening of the film “Era of Mega Fires”

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Please join us on June 21st, from 6:30 – 8:00pm at the Green Room in downtown Flagstaff for a screening of the film “Era of Mega Fires”. This film, collaboratively produced by the US Forest Service and North40 Production, discusses the growing trend in large, high severity wildfire across the Western United States.

The film traces the past forest management practices over the last 100 years that have led to the current problem, an “epidemic of trees”. The film discusses several ways local communities can take action to increase the health of the forest, and protect their communities from damaging wildfire.

Student Water Symposium

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Please support the first annual Student Water Symposium hosted at the Northern Arizona University campus. Over the course of two days (April 19th & 20th) there will be dozens of graduate and undergraduate research presentations. Each evening of the Symposium will feature a special event including a key note speaker, and a series of film shorts all related to water and conservation.

Please see the event website for more information:


Fire and Water Film Screening

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Join the National Forest Foundation and the Greater Flagstaff Forests Partnership for a screening of the award-winning short film “Fire and Water: Restoring Arizona’s Forests”. The film was produced by the Salt River Project and narrated by Emmy Award winner Peter Coyote.

FWPP will have an information table at the film screening to help answer questions, and provide information on our own locally based, Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project!

Earth Day

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FWPP will have an information table at the annual Flagstaff Earth Day celebration. Come out and learn about FWPP, get the latest project updates, and talk with FWPP personnel about the project!

Get more information on Flagstaff Earth Day 2018 here:

2017 Festival of Science — Forests, Fires and Watersheds Field Trip

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Join the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project team and learn about the threats our forests face and how to protect watersheds and the community. Bring hiking shoes, weather-appropriate clothing, water and your love for nature! Meet at the “Y” at the intersection of Schultz Pass Rd. and Mt Elden Lookout Rd. For more info: 928-213-2500

Science on Tap

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Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project:
Monitoring for Hydrologic Response and Wildlife
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