Wells are a deep subject in Arizona
Learn about your well at a workshop in BCC
BLACK CANYON CITY – As a well owner or user, it is important that you know about the care and other issues pertaining to wells. Come learn about water sources, well regulations, domestic well maintenance and water treatments topics from the Arizona experts familiar with Black Canyon City, New River and Desert Hills.
The Arizona Well Owner Workshop will take place on August 27, from 5 to 8 p.m. and will be held Canon Elementary School, 34630 S. School Loop Road.
Attendees will receive a free copy of “Arizona Well Owner’s Guide to Water Supply,” and a thumb drive containing an electronic version of the guide, informative booklets, the Well Owner’s Video Series and many other water-related publications.
The speakers are:
- Janick Artiola, Ph.D., University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Water Quality Specialist
- Gary Hix, RG, Consultant, In2Wells, LLC. and Past President of the Arizona Water Well Association
- Jeff Schalau, Yavapai County Extension Agent
This presentation always fills quickly. Please reserve your space at http://bit.ly/Well_Workshop.
The well workshop is the fifth of eight presentations for the Water, Black Canyon City & Me event, which is a year-long local activities that complements the Smithsonian Institution’s traveling exhibit, “AZ Water/Ways.” The AZ Water/Ways exhibit is hosted by the Black Canyon Heritage Park, from December 14, 2019 through January 26, 2020 at the Cañon Elementary School in Black Canyon City.
The “Water, Black Canyon City & Me” program is made possible by a grant from the Arizona Humanities.
For more information about the upcoming “Water, Black Canyon City & Me” 2019 year’s program, please visit follow up at www.facebook.com/BlackCanyonHeritagePark/. For more information: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lani Lott, Event Coordinator, 602-738-8381.