? The Upper Agua Fria Watershed Partnership, consisting “of area stakeholders, residents of the various communities, ranchers, members of community groups and public service agencies in the study area” meets at Arcosanti every first Tuesday of the month.
The group met yesterday to conclude a three part series of meetings aimed at creating a vision statement and a mission statement for the organization, and to set goals for the future of the Partnership. ? The Upper Agua Fria Watershed Partnership, consisting “of area stakeholders, residents of the various communities, ranchers, members of community groups and public service agencies in the study area” meets at Arcosanti every first Tuesday of the month.
The group met yesterday to conclude a three part series of meetings aimed at creating a vision statement and a mission statement for the organization, and to set goals for the future of the Partnership.
Member Kip Hersted, in attendance, remarked that all the objectives for the triad of meetings were accomplished. The meeting was professionally facilitated, funded by the Prescott National Forest.
Arcosanti residents and Partnership members Hersted and site coordinator Mary Hoadley have been instrumental in the group’s development and progress since 1999.
There was a positive air in the Red Room on Tuesday morning, as various members of the Partnership came together to plan for the future of the Upper Agua Fria’s precious water.

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