Discover the incredible beauty that water can create in the desert.
Tres Rios, where the Salt, Gila, and Agua Fria Rivers unite to provide a home for our native species.
Wetlands Project Info
Frequently Asked Questions
Overbank Wetlands Site (West of 91st Ave.) - Accessible through Permit Only.
To get an access permit, email Heather Finden, and please provide your postal mailing address and phone number.
Please allow 5-7 business days to receive your access permit. General wetlands information can be obtained at 602-495-7477.
News and Current Notices
Artist and ASU School of Sustainability student, Edgar Cardenas, has three photos of Tres Rios being shown at an exhibit entitled "Ecological Reflections" in Washington, D.C.
As of September 5, 2012, the Tres Rios Hayfield Site is Permanently Closed.
Watch video of ceremony where Phoenix's Tres Rios Project receives an award from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
The Tres Rios Story - Part 1 of 4 - AZ Water's Kachina News - Winter 2012 (Courtesy of AZ Water Association)
The Tres Rios Story - Part 2 of 4 - AZ Water's Kachina News - Spring 2012 (Courtesy of AZ Water Association)
The Tres Rios Story - Part 3 of 4 - AZ Water's Kachina News - Summer 2012 (Courtesy of AZ Water Association)
The Tres Rios Story - Part 4 of 4 - AZ Water's Kachina News - Fall 2012 (Courtesy of AZ Water Association)
Tres Rios Full Scale Project featured in LakeLine Magazine
Reprinted with Permission - © 2011 North American Lake Management Society, 4510 Regent Street - Suite 2A, Madison, WI 53705; www.nalms.org
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Video - May 2010 (Courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
Tres Rios Ecosystem Restoration Video (Courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
Tres Rios Wetlands
Hayfield Wetlands Site (East of 91st Ave.)
Permanently Closed to the Public.