Water Flows In Santa Cruz River For First Time In 70 years

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It was a big moment for the City of Tucson. About 300 people braved the afternoon heat to help dedicate the Santa Cruz River Heritage Project. It will flow year round, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The river dried up in the 1940′s because of overuse. This is the first time water has been put back in the river to re-vegetate it and bring back wildlife.

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Content Source: KOLD News 13

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