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McSally, Sinema aim to improve water supply infrastructure

28 Jun

U.S. Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) and Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) introduced legislation yesterday to improve water supply infrastructure. The Water…

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Why is using reusable bags good for the environment?

24 Jun

The infamous plastic shopping bag was first introduced and used around the 1970s. These wonderfully convenient bags were initially viewed…

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Arizona Forward opens nominations for Environmental Excellence Awards

13 Jun

Arizona Forward, the state’s leading sustainability organization driving major initiatives for Arizona, announced a Call for Entries for its 39th…

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Timely tips for staying safe during Arizona’s monsoon season

10 Jun

The towering, often terrifying thunderstorms that signal the start of Arizona’s monsoon season typically begin in mid-June and last through…

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HempWave will grow more than 600 acres of hemp in Arizona

4 Jun

HempWave today announced it has entered into agreements with four large-scale farming operations in Arizona, agreements that will allow it to…

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Unusually wet winter and spring pushes Arizona out of short-term drought

4 Jun

The U.S. Drought Monitor recently reported that, for the first time in its nearly 20-year history, none of the contiguous…

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Campaign kicks off in Phoenix parks to combat buffelgrass invasion

2 Jun

Every week, thousands of hikers climb Piestewa Peak to take in the views and get in some exercise. In early…

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SRP offers free classes to help businesses prepare for monsoon

1 Jun

Salt River Project is hosting a free workshop to help business customers prepare for storm season. Business managers are encouraged…

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Valley Partnership works to find solutions to water availability issues in Arizona

24 May

It’s complicated and multi-faceted and one of the most important issues that Arizona and our region faces: Water. There is…

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Lower Basin states, Mexico sign Colorado Drought Contingency Plan

21 May

United States Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman Monday joined representatives from Arizona, six other western states and Mexico at…

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