• Arizona desert bighorn sheep are thriving - Read Article

    Arizona desert bighorn sheep are thriving

    2018-03-25T12:00:46-07:00

    After a two-hour hike through rocky, cactus-studded terrain west of Marana – with a left knee that no longer bends – 70-year-old Joe Sheehey arrived at Silverbell Peak and spotted…

  • Chandler’s Bonded Logic gives jeans a new life - Read Article

    Chandler’s Bonded Logic gives jeans a new life

    2018-03-19T08:50:03-07:00

    Bonded Logic Inc. is in the business of turning blue things green. The south Chandler textile recycling company collects thousands of pounds of denim jeans, shorts and jackets each year and gives…

  • Historic ACC decision steers utilities toward clean energy - Read Article

    Historic ACC decision steers utilities toward clean energy

    2018-03-15T09:50:25-07:00

    For the first time ever, the Arizona Corporation Commission has voted not to acknowledge the energy resource plans of the state’s largest investor-owned utilities, Arizona Public Service (APS), Tucson Electric…

  • Phoenix, SRP reach historic water agreement - Read Article

    Phoenix, SRP reach historic water agreement

    2018-03-08T15:12:19-07:00

    The Phoenix City Council has approved a 40-year partnership with Salt River Project to help ensure reliable water deliveries in the future during extreme drought and shortage conditions on the…

  • Officials build new homes for bats in Marana - Read Article

    Officials build new homes for bats in Marana

    2018-03-07T20:00:31-07:00

    Most people believe bats primarily live in caves, but the concrete crevices under the old Ina Road bridge in Marana have provided thousands of migratory Mexican free-tailed bats with perfect roosting habitats…

  • Lori Singleton will lead Arizona Forward - Read Article

    Lori Singleton will lead Arizona Forward

    2018-03-01T07:50:30-07:00

    The Arizona Forward board of directors has named Lori Singleton to lead the state’s oldest environmental advocacy organization as the new president and CEO. The nearly 50-year-old organization has left…

  • Arizona farmers look for ways to save water - Read Article

    Arizona farmers look for ways to save water

    2018-02-13T16:30:59-07:00

    As water supplies in Arizona dwindle due to drought, groundwater pumping and a warming climate, farmers increasingly are facing poorer crop yields and, in some cases, resigning once-fertile farmland to…

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