Our mission is to promote watershed health, benefit human and ecological communities, and increase public engagement through the development and implementation of the Rio de Flag Watershed Plan.

The W.A.R.F. comprises stakeholders from Northern Arizona University, City of Flagstaff, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Museum of Northern Arizona, Friends of the Rio de Flag, Wild Arizona, and private citizens with interest and expertise.

Thank you all for joining our Explore the Watershed Speaker Series!

The presentations, notes and video recordings for each session are available here.

Mapping Feedback

After 6 sessions of the Explore the Watershed Speaker Series, the data from all the community feedback is compiled on one map (left)!!

Each colored dot represents feedback in the form a a project, click on a dot to see the details provided by a community member.

We are always looking for more input!

Please feel free to submit your thoughts on potential projects or ideas throughout the watershed by clickin on the links below!

Feedback Wanted: What are your ideas??

What areas of the watershed do people need to know more about? Tell us here!

Where, and how should engagement and awareness be increased in the watershed? Tell us here!

Where and how should areas in the watershed be sustained or restored? Tell us here!

Where are the areas of greatest rehabilitation need in the Rio channel and in the watershed? Tell us here

Where are opportunities to provide better connections and recreation throughout the watershed? Tell us here!

What is projects, ideas, considerations are missing? Tell us here!

Where is the Rio de Flag Watershed?