The Cochise Water Project(TCWP) is a first-of-its-kind non-governmental 501c3 effort dedicated to conserving water in the Sierra Vista area. This non-profit organization is dedicated solely to the reduction of groundwater use in the Sierra Vista sub watershed by decreasing water use in both residential and commercial areas. Thanks to significant funding, community leadership and expertise are now joined in addressing this critically important issue.
Our goal is to have people think about saving water the same way they think about recycling or turning off the lights… not only is it the right thing to do – it’s the smart thing to do!
The Cochise Water Project Outreach Program
Here is an example of how we create events that bring the community together while at the same time lets us show examples of water conservation in a fun way.
Watershed Management Group helps the Southwest Sierra Vista Residents
to build green infrastructure into their local community
Smart Irrigation Golf Courses
TCWP Movies in the Park
Ribbon Cutting Sierra Vista City Hall
Fire Stations using Rainwater
Passive Rainwater Harvesting
Local Realtors "go green"
Water project aids Palominas school, boys and girls club
Water survey seeks to show local trends
LOOS for Naco
When it rains it pours
Sierra Vistans put rainwater to work
City partners with The Cochise Water Project on toilet rebates
Toilet rebate program crosses the border
FINDING BALANCE: Sierra Vista tightens its water code
Cochise Water Project explores "water campus" plan
Water conservation: Everyone’s responsibility
The San Pedro Program: Saving one of the last free-flowing desert rivers
Citizens suggest ways for Prescott area to stop depleting the aquifer, suggestions to emulate TCWP.
The Cochise Water Project funds rainwater harvesting tank at middle school
The Cochise Water project needs your help
Cochise Water Project wants to join Upper San Pedro Partnership
Do your part, be water smart!
Our Readers' Views: Lots of rain harvesting efforts
Learn how to harvest rainwater Saturday
Area plumbers learn how to be green
Our View: Knock this decision out of the park
Sierra Vista scares up some fun for Halloween with The Cochise Water Project
ACE to host rainwater workshop with The Cochise Water Project
Movies in the Park -- Puss in Boots Presented by The Cochise Water Project
Our View: A season of surveys