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Santa Cruz River, Marana, AZ.
Water is the essential resource for people and wildlife to survive. The Santa Cruz River has long been the lifeblood of the region, attracting the first humans over 12,000 years ago. In fact, the Santa Cruz River Valley has the longest continuous record of agriculture in the United States. Early inhabitants settled along the valley because the river supplied water year-round. Today, due to a variety of factors including groundwater pumping, many stretches flow only when it rains. Nevertheless, people are giving life back to the river.
The lower Santa Cruz River in northwest Tucson and Marana flows year-round and provides the principal wetland habitat in Pima County.
You can see the lower Santa Cruz River for yourself by traveling sections of a recreational path along the river.
"The Loop", connects unincorporated Pima County, Marana, Oro Valley, Tucson, and South Tucson. The connections are the result of Pima County's cooperative partnerships with these jurisdictions. The Loop connects parks, trailheads, bus and bike routes, workplaces, restaurants, schools, hotels and motels, shopping areas, and entertainment venues. Visitors and Pima County residents can enjoy the Loop on foot, bikes, skates, and horses.
More information can be found here:
The Loop detailed map at www.pima.gov/TheLoop