Arizona Water Watch

Arizona Water Watch

As a desert state, water is one Arizona's most precious resources that people and animals rely on to live and vital to our recreational enjoyment as well. To enhance statewide surface water protection efforts, ADEQ established Arizona Water Watch (AZWW), offering Arizonan residents and visitors ages 10 through retirement the opportunity to help ADEQ monitor the health of our waters and inform measures to protect it for future generations. Anyone can become a Citizen Scientist with AZWW by collaborating with professionals in scientific research, which we provides several ways to do!

Join Citizen Science Water Monitoring

Citizen Science Water Monitoring is a volunteer program for children (age 10+), teens, college students, adults, retirees and ADEQ scientists to work together on scientific research and environmental protection of Arizona waters | Learn More >

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Contact us to schedule your first water monitoring training | Schedule Your Training >

Download the Free Mobile App

Smartphone users can easily submit photos and data for any stream, wash, river or lake in the state within a few minutes | Go to App >

App users who have made submissions can check here to see their photos and data plotted on a GIS map of Arizona (updated quarterly) | Go to Map >

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