About the Project: In November 2012, Flagstaff voters approved a $10M bond to support the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project – a partnership effort between the State, City and Coconino National Forest to help reduce the risk of devastating wildfire and post-fire flooding in the Rio de Flag and Lake Mary watersheds.

Recent News

  • Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project Biannual Report – January – June 2016

    Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project’s Biannual Report summarizes accomplishments in Implementation, Outreach, Monitoring, FWPP In the News and Financial Leverage from Jan.-June 2016. For full report see Biannual Report_Jan-June 2016_Final_I

  • Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project Ranger Walks

    The intent for both walks was to offer an opportunity for local residents to learn more about the FWPP on the ground as activity ramps up on the national forest. For full article, click above or here: FWPP-RangerWalks_Final

  • Update on Temp Road Construction & Trail Reroutes in the Dry Lake Hills

    If on home page, click on title above for full story. On Monday (July 18th) the contractor will begin construction of a temporary logging road near the base of Mt. Elden. The temporary logging road will use a short segment of the Arizona Trail (which connects Rocky Ridge and Lower Oldham Trail).  Please see map FWPP_Phase1_TempRd#2_07152016.  […]