Stories tagged: "005 LOCAL CULTURE & IDENTITY"

Offbeat Adventures: Travel To The Coolest Hidden Wonders In Every U.S. State
Here’s a List of Hidden Wonders in Each State. Can You Guess Arizona’s?

Here you’ll find opportunities to explore offbeat history, admire geological formations, witness unexplained phenomena, and reveal long-kept secrets—no matter what state your travels take you to.

The Most Popular Dog Names Of 2022 In Every State
Here Is Every State’s Most Popular Dog Name. Can You Guess Arizona’s?

Wag! ranked the top 10 most popular dog names in each of the 50 states and Washington DC, based on data provided by its users.

10 Jobs With The Most Remote Work Opportunities
Skip the Commute: 10 Remote-Friendly Career Paths in Arizona

Remote work is more common now than ever, with over 10% of civilian workers working remotely in 2022. Tovuti LMS explored which 10 jobs offer the most remote work opportunities.

Corn waits to be harvested on land leased by Tempe Farming Co., Thursday, July 22, 2021, in Casa Grande, Ariz. The Colorado River has been a go-to source of water for cities, tribes and farmers in the U.S. West for decades. But climate change, drought and increased demand are taking a toll. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is expected to declare the first-ever mandatory cuts from the river for 2022. (AP Photo/Darryl Webb)
Arizona Farms Bring in Tons of Money. Here Are the 14 Most Valuable Crops.

About 86% of all agricultural products in America are produced on family ranches or farms.

States With The Biggest Native American Populations
Arizona Has the Third-Highest Native American Population of US States

There are 22 federally recognized Native American tribes in Arizona, three of which extend across state lines.

Members of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe pose for a photo in their tribal community in Sonora, Mexico. in March, 2023. (Raymond V. Buelna via AP)
This Tribe’s Land Was Cut in Two by US Borders. Its Fight for Access Could Help Dozens of Others.

Tribe members still face border officials who they say lack the cultural awareness to process them without problems.

Havasupai ceremonial practitioner Uqualla, left, and tribal member Kris Siyuja, hold a blessing ceremony below the rim at Grand Canyon National Park on Friday, May 5, 2023. The Havasupai Tribe and the park marked the renaming of a popular campground from Indian Garden to Havasupai Gardens. (AP Photo/Ty O'Neil)
Havasupai Tribe in Arizona Marks a Spiritual Homecoming: ‘We Are Still the Grand Canyon’

Today about 500 of the nearly 770 tribal members live in Supai Village on the reservation adjacent to the Grand Canyon, so remote it can be reached only by foot, mule or helicopter.