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Stories in the Sand

Exploring thousands of years of natural history in one of the most remote places in North America.

Longfin Dace

For the first time in 110 years, the longfin dace will swim in the waters of downtown Tucson.

Episode 821

Invasive Species: Arundo, Agrivoltaics, The Grieving Brain, Birth Witness

Birth Witness

Ofelia Zepeda, former Tucson poet laureate and Tohono O’odham tribal member reads an excerpt from her poem.


Growing food in the shade of solar panels.

The Grieving Brain

What does it mean to grieve? Is it strictly emotional or is there more to grief than just feelings?

Episode 820

Lunar New Year, Homestretch, Goat Yoga, Sabino Dam

Episode 819

Arizona State Museum, An Endangered Language, "Justice" at ATC

"Justice" at ATC

"Justice" is a world premiere musical being brought to the stage for the first time, right here in Tucson by Arizona Theatre Company.

An Endangered Language

With the majority of Indigenous tribal languages in the United States in critical danger of dying out, what does it take to keep them from becoming extinct.

Arizona State Museum

Founded in 1893, Arizona State Museum at the University of Arizona is the oldest and largest anthropological research facility in the U.S. Southwest.

Pandemics Pets: Goat Yoga

Emily Haddon and her Nigerian dwarf goats help people deal with the stresses of life.

Invasive Species: Arundo

Follow volunteers from Watershed Management Group as they attempt to remove Arundo donax (giant reed) from Tanque Verde Creek in east Tucson.

For the Birds

During the pandemic, Bisbee resident Ken Lamberton discovered a new passion when he began photographing the birds on his property. (6:23)

Lunar New Year

Mission Garden and the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center teamed up to celebrate the Lunar New Year. (5:35)

Episode 818

Alanna; Footprints from the Past; The Art of Adobe; SHE-PHI

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