Protect & Connect

Ensure a robust network of natural areas to sustain habitat, provide recreation, support clean air and water and improve resilience to natural disasters.

Current Progress

This goal is aimed at building capacity, improving access to information, developing decision-support mechanisms and expanding regional coordination to conserve the region’s most strategically important lands and waters.

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Active Initiatives

18

Total Initiatives

1

Number of Greenprint Trainings

CAZCA’s Mapping Tool

Greenprint mapping tool

Greenprint

Greenprint is a mapping tool designed collaborative by the Public Land Trust, CAZCA, the Nature Conservancy and the Sonoran Institute. It is primarily meant to assist land planners and managers in identifying spatial solutions that balance recreational needs, enhances residential quality of life and provides habitat for the many valued species of the Sonoran Desert. Anyone can access the tool with a free account to learn more.

Protect Your Open Spaces

Speaker Series: Conservation, Wildlife Conflict & Habitats in Urban Spaces

January 24, 2020

How does local wildlife respond to our growing urban spaces? Join us to learn about what adaptations wildlife use, what their preferred habitats are and what challenges they face in our cities.

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Speaker Series: Using GIS to Protect our Urban Spaces

April 30, 2020

Join this Speaker Series to learn how can we use GIS to integrate social and environmental data and identify potential wildlife and community corridors.

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Technical Leads

Together we can build a strong future for our environment and protect the natural beauty of Central Arizona.

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Desert Botanical Garden logo
The Nature Conservancy
The Trust for Public Land logo

Coordinate & Elevate

Sustain & Restore

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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