Turkey Creek Restoration

Posted on November 6, 2013 by Caleb Weaver in Uncategorized

Turkey Creek Restoration

Here’s a shot of the beautiful Turkey Creek flowing west down the slopes of the Chiricahua Mountains in the southeastern-most corner of Arizona. This creek is burgeoning with life – from the tiniest flowers and the insect life that depends on their nectar to large bears depositing mountains of scat. The restoration of this site is an example of all the life-giving potential of water.

Cuenca Los Ojos has spent decades building rock erosion control structures including gabbions to return flow to this watershed. Take the time to check out their website to see what they’ve been up to.

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    The mission of Borderlands Restoration is to reconnect wildlife, land, and people in the Arizona/Sonora Borderland region by involving people in restoring the ecosystem on which we depend.

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