Desert Restoration Zone

photo of Thomas Cahill with duck

Thomas Cahill, ASU Associate Professor

What is the Desert Restoration Zone?

The idea originally was COVID-related. Whenever professors had an Ecology class, and they need to get the students out into the field to do sampling and surveys, you had to get people to carpool and take some of their own personal vehicles. Now with COVID, that fell out. It was a logistical nightmare to get students out into the field. There are not many fields near us anymore. So instead of trying to bring the students to the field, we bring the field to the students. 

- Thomas Cahill, ASU Associate Professor

map of desert restoration zone at the ASU West campus

Location

Located south of Joan of Arc way at the east entrance to ASU West. It is not specifically labeled, but that may occur in the future as the plants grow.

photo of desert zone plant

Contact Us

Fore more indpeth information about volunteering, donating, or more about the DRZ, contact the coordinator, Thomas Cahill at Thomas.Cahill@asu.edu.

COVID-19 information

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