Arizona has a long history of addressing our water supply challenges.
The Tanque Verde Wash, unlike most of its Tucson counterparts, still blooms with yellowing cottonwood and willow trees during autumn’s current peak.
There is not enough water. Supplies are decreasing due to drought conditions and demand is increasing.
Tucson zoo officials are coping with a water line break that has left the facility without running water.
Two city advisory committees are divided over whether Tucson should give its five golf courses a big break on their reclaimed-water rates to cut into their budget deficits.
In addition to bringing the grass back with renewed irrigation at Forty Niner Country Club on East Tanque Verde Road, new watercooler stations, tee holders, divot-mix boxes and flags for the pins are being installed on the course. This is the 18th green.
The Rincon Mountains provide a scenic backdrop for the 16th hole at the suddenly green Forty Niner Country Club golf course.
The grass is green again at Forty Niner Country Club in the Tanque Verde Valley.