Stories tagged: "climate"


Ylenia Aguilar member of the Central Arizona Water Conservation District board
Former Undocumented Immigrant Ylenia Aguilar Begins New Role On Central Arizona Water Conservation Board

"Indigenous Mexican people are people of the land, so my connection to the land and my roots has always been there."

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SRP Researches Cloud Seeding in White Mountains to Create Snow Amid Historic Drought

Arizona has been looking to a myriad of solutions to stem its worsening drought, including cloud seeding.

This yard in Mesa was converted to desert landscaping under the city’s Grass-to-Xeriscape incentive program. Photo taken Sept. 7, 2022. (Photo by Samantha Chow/Cronkite News)
As the Drought Grinds on, Valley Homeowners Take Advantage of Xeriscape Incentives

Mesa offers up to $500 for homeowners who replace grass with xeriscape to save water and money.

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11 of the Best Things to Do When Visiting Old Pueblo

Old Pueblo is filled with Native American, Spanish, and Mexican cultural influences, including history, art, good food, and outdoor fun. You won't want to miss a single attraction on this list.

Barrio Bread
11 of the Best Things to Do When You’re in Tucson

Old Pueblo is filled with Native American, Spanish, and Mexican cultural influences, including history, art, good food, and outdoor fun. You won't want to miss a single attraction on this list.

Boats move along Lake Powell
Your Vote Can Determine the Future of Arizona’s Water

The Central Arizona Water Conservation District board members oversee how Colorado River water is delivered through the Central Arizona Project.

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Corporation Commission: Democrat Lauren Kuby Sees a Bright Future With Solar Energy

The Corporation Commission regulates electricity, water, and gas providers and approves the rates that consumers pay. More than 300 water companies are under the commission’s jurisdiction.