Arizona's wildlife, farms & ranches, and cities are at risk. Speak up now.
If Arizona doesn’t take action now, future generations could see the Grand Canyon State’s rivers run dry. And with diminishing groundwater supplies also a major problem throughout the state, it’s time to take action.
A new Drought Contingency Plan achieves a workable compromise that avoids deal-breaker pitfalls while ensuring more water is left in Lake Mead — which Phoenix’s 1.626 million residents rely on — than is taken out.
Send a letter to your State Legislators today, and ask them to empower Arizona’s Department of Water Resources’ Director to finalize this crucial plan.
In your letter, remember to:
The most effective letters:
Support the Drought Contingency Plan
Dear [Decision Maker],
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]