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Volunteers with Watershed Management Group redesign a neighborhood street to help capture rain water to be used in growing plants.

Tucson Nonprofit, Officials Collaborate to Preserve Water

Watershed Management, Mayor Rothschild, Dept. of Transportation help pass green streets policy requiring new roadway development designed to capture storm water.

Mexican Gray Wolf AZ Meeting Coming Up

Public hearing scheduled for Dec. 3 to weigh in on removal of species from endangered list.

AZ Week: Talks of AZ Water Crisis, Officials Search for Solutions

Existing supplies may not suffice in future; issues raised about where, how state will find more.

Google Earth Maps Helps Track Deforestation Patterns

With the help of Google’s supercomputers, a University of Maryland geographer processed more than 650,000 images into the most detailed map of world deforestation to date.

Patagonia Group Hopes to Restore Water Flow, Wildlife

They have introduced more than 2,600 plants this last year, all grown from seed, member of Borderlands Restoration.

Site of the proposed Rosemont copper mine, looking west from Highway 83.

EPA Recommends Rosemont Should Not Get Water Permit

Agency explained proposed activities by mine project to mitigate water damage in area would not be sufficient.

Arizona Spotlight for Nov. 22, 2013

Annual bicycling race faces financial challenges, exploring tribal and dance music mixes, restoring plants in Patagonia to help polinators, and more

Marcia Lincoln, hobby poultry farmer, discusses how to produce healthier and happier birds and how she is working to protect heirloom turkey varieties.

Northwest Farmer Raises Heritage Turkeys

Hobby farmer Marcia Lincoln is involved in every aspect of birds' life; sells turkey meat, eggs.

Desert Bighorn Sheep Return to Santa Catalinas

31 animals gathered from Yuma are released into Pusch Ridge wilderness Monday; 60 more coming.

Endangered Red Squirrel Population Shows Growth

AZ Game and Fish Dept. says 272 were counted in Mount Graham during its annual survey.

Alo Vera is just one of the thousands of varying plant species in southern Arizona.

Tucson Groups Advocate for Native, Heirloom Plants

"We are not only interested in preserving seeds...but...the traditions...food culture in our Southwest."

Some of the lush vegetation growing at Ramona Farms

Farm's Native, Traditional Crops Spark Interest

Ramona Farms, located in Pinal County, is the work of Ramona Button, her husband; inspired by her father's teachings.

EPA Holding Forums on Changes to Navajo Generating Station

Tucson meeting will take place Friday night; operators of coal power plant proposing reductions in nitrogen oxide output, pollutants.

Solar panel array at Tucson Water's Central Avra Valley Storage and Recovery Project

AZ Considers Another Large Scale Solar Power Plant

Proposed project, Maricopa County Park, would produce 300 megawatts of solar electricity, enough to power about 150,000 homes.

No Entrance Fees at National Parks Veterans Day Weekend

In Southern Arizona that includes both east and west parts of the Saguaro National Park, Coronado National Forest.

Residents Seek to Make Usable Compost from Human Excrement

Experiments are underway to turn waste into a new source of fertilizer using special toilets.

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