- Your Voice
The U.S. Interior Department’s decision to withdraw 1 million acres around the Grand Canyon from new uranium-mining claims for 20 years will protect cultural resources, water and the environment, an attorney representing the Havasupai Tribe and environmental groups said Tuesday.
The concept was complex and controversial: California companies would be allowed to exceed limits of carbon-dioxide emissions by paying to protect rainforests abroad.
Thursday, Sept. 15
Wednesday, June 1
Thursday, May 26
Rockin’ concert to benefit civility fund
Saturday, Dec. 4
Thursday, Nov. 18
Thursday, Oct. 21
Thursday, Oct. 14
Principles of church, state remain constant
Central Arizona Project has awarded "community investment" grants to several Southern Arizona organizations.
Thursday, July 8
As if on cue, the ironwood trees are adorned in annual pink and lavender blossoms for the 10th anniversary of the Ironwood Forest National Monument, the preserve west of Marana that protects 129,000 acres encompassing multiple mountain ranges, nearly 700 plant and animal species, ancient human history and the Sonoran Desert's highest density of ironwood trees.
Rincon Heights residents are dancing, painting and dining in the streets this Saturday, April 10, during a Green Streets block party hosted by Watershed Management Group.
A Tucson-based non-profit has doubled its course offerings in water harvesting systems design and construction.
Thursday, Nov. 19
Upcoming arts, entertainment and cultural events.
The Pima Association of Governments is undertaking its annual outreach campaign to help people understand the impact of stormwater pollution on desert washes.