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Report: Improved Municipal Water Use in Colorado Basin

But long-term planning needed to deal with inevitable shortages as demand on river grows.

Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program Tackles Inbreeding

Politics aside, genetics raise issues in plans to re-populate Southwestern wildlands.

Where's the Heat? Tucson's Weather Is Topsy-Turvy

Friday forecast calls for high of 75 in Old Pueblo, chance of rain; normal high is 90 degrees.

Senate Committee Wants Border Patrol Access Expanded

Agency would no longer need permits to reach wildlife refuges, parks and military property.

Pima County Boosts Solar Electricity Usage

Supes unanimously approve 11 new solar installations on county property

Free Compost Available for Tucson Gardeners

The city will offer the soil booster at Randolph and Udall Parks this week

Southern Arizona Fire Season Could Be Short But Severe

Spring storm systems are delaying start, but dry fuels are still abundant

Faced with Cuts, 'Camp Cooper' Turns to Public for Help

The camp will lose about half of $200,000 staffing budget next year

Meetings Set on Development Plan Near Grand Canyon

Builder wants guest ranch, hotels, retail outlets, hundreds of houses near South Rim entrance.

National Parks Add Millions to Arizona Economy

Annual report shows $837 million spent at area National Parks in 2014

Arizona Spotlight for April 24th, 2015

Director Kirby Dick discusses making "The Hunting Ground" about sexual assault on college campuses; Tucson High alumni celebrate their 70th class reunion; ecologist, author and MacArthur Fellow Gary Paul Nabhan shares his love of growing things.

MacArthur Fellow Gary Paul Nabhan

Scientist, food activist and writer raises awareness and enthusiam about plants, food, and a healthy environment.

AZ WEEK: Water Use Down, Future Supply Threatened

State has planned, but problems from water shortages to invasive species exist.

Arizona 'Unique Laboratory' for Sustainability, Scientist Says

Focus on future of food, water, energy and impact on society at Biosphere 2 conference.

Tucson Earth Day Festival Celebrates 21st Anniversary

Event is free and open to the public

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