Sustainable practices are not lofty ideas that cost a lot of money. They are really just smart ideas that make good sense when you stop and think about them. A bit of planning ahead of time can make resources go further and reduce work and negative impacts down the road. As the Willcox Watershed Conservancy continues its work restoring and preserving Lee Park, we will be sharing ideas with you. Letting you know what works and what we are trying as we build the community of support that will be necessary for the park’s sustainable future.
With Willcox Lake, rich plant and animal habitats and plenty of connecting trails throughout the park, Lee Park is a ready made outdoor classroom where students and teachers can explore and study the parks natural and cultural resources. Contact us if you are interested in arranging for visit with your class or organization and we’ll help make your visit exciting and memorable.
What You Can Do
Get involved. You’ll love the feeling of working with others to give back something of value to the community. There are many opportunities to volunteer at the park on clean up projects, construction projects or trail and building projects. But mostly, come on out, bring family and friends, and use the park. If you are interested in volunteering or offering support with out efforts to restore Lee Park contact us. We’ll be sure to take you up on the offer.