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Audubon Arizona invites you to explore our "backyard river" through environmental education programs at the Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area. We offer nature education programs at the Nina Mason Pullium Rio Salado Audubon Center that engage, inspire and instill wonder!

The River Connection is a science-standard aligned program where teachers select a focus from multiple themes including: water quality and native plants, birds and mammals, the Hohokam, and conservation. Our after school program, River Keepers, takes place once a week for four weeks and offers science-based and hands-on opportunities for after school enrichment. For highschoolers, Audubon Arizona offers River Pathways, where teen conduct real field biology and learn about careers with the environment.


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Valerie Ramos
Audubon Arizona
3131 South Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85040  

Phone: (602) 468-6470, ext 103

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Stewarding Arizona's Environment Since 1969

Arizona Forward was founded as Valley Forward in 1969, one year before the first Earth Day. We expanded statewide in 2013.  

We mobilize business leaders and policymakers to leverage their collective power to influence how we best grow our communities, stimulate our economy and enhance our environment.

Our diverse membership of large corporations and small businesses, along with municipal, county and state agencies, educational institutions, related nonprofits and concerned citizens help ensure: smart growth and development, efficient transportation, improved air quality, responsible water management, energy alternatives and meaningful education.

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