The Science on the Sonoita Plain Symposium is held annually to share results of scientific investigations and land management activities that are occurring within the upper watersheds of Cienega Creek, Sonoita Creek, and the Babocomari River. The SOSP symposium encourages exchange among scientists, land managers, local landowners and citizens about the unique and diverse resources of the Sonoita Plain.
Sponsored by: Cienega Watershed Partnership and National Audubon Society
with Support from Partnering Organization: The Nature Conservancy and Bureau of Land Management.
This year, our topical panel will be organized by Pima County Natural Resources, Parks, and Recreation, with presentations covering climate, water, land management, restoration, and other themes. The symposium will be Saturday June 22 at the Sonoita Fairgrounds.