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CAZCA EVENTS

Informative speaker series, fun service days and engaging partner workshops. CAZCA hosts a variety of events for our partners and the community to learn, collaborate, and participate in. Are you a partner seeking to share your event with us? Fill out the form!

EcoQuestions: Botany Basics with Lia Clark

Sep 22, 2021
In this EcoQuestions session we hear from botanist and artist Lia Clark. Have you been wanting to learn more about botany, but aren't sure where to start? This session is for you.

National Public Lands Day

Sep 25, 2021
CAZCA and the Metro Phoenix EcoFlora are celebrating National Public Lands Day! Take part in a casual and fun hike at South Mountain with us as we enjoy and connect with nature. Join us to learn more about the public lands and wilderness areas we have in Arizona.

Desert Defenders on iNaturalist

All Year
Help us find and map the top noxious weeds (invasive plant species) of concern for Central Arizona region using iNaturalist. We need you help! Join the Desert Defenders project.

September EcoQuest: What’s that Weed?

Sept 1-30, 2021
For this EcoQuest, we’re looking at common weeds you may be seeing more of lately, thanks to the abundance of rain. What we consider weeds can actually be native plants we can learn more about. Join us!

Speaker Series: Cuenca los Ojos

Sep 30, 2021
Join us to hear from Executive Director, Jeremiah Leibowitz about the years of protection, restoration and rewilding efforts of Cuenca los Ojos, an inspiring collaborative conservation nonprofit at the Arizona-Mexico border.

Maricopa County Parks: Butterfly Program Training

Oct 1, 2021
Join Maricopa County Parks on Oct. 1 for a new virtual Butterfly Training Program. Come learn all about butterfly identification, helpful apps and more!

6th Annual Winterfest / Bookfest

Jan 29, 2022
Join the Black Canyon Heritage Park and many partners for their annual celebrations the WinterFest and BookFest.

Please contact our partners directly for more information about events tagged “Partner Event”.

CAZCA is an initiative of Desert Botanical Garden. Any donations made to CAZCA must be made through Desert Botanical Garden. You will now be taken to their website to complete this transaction. Thank you!
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