Stories tagged: "environment"

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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Cactus High Students Build a Road-worthy Electric Vehicle

Students were able to build a roadworthy electric vehicle using parts from the Switch Lab program, which provides the frame, wiring, battery, seats and steering components.

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Vertical Farm in Avondale Promotes Sustainability, Technology, Water Conservation

Vertical farms have the capability to grow more crops using fewer resources, grow seasonal produce year-round and deliver produce in a short timeframe.

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Gov. Hobbs Calls on Elected Officials to End Conspiracy Theories in Inaugural Address

In her speech, Hobbs outlined an agenda focused on water, border security, healthcare access, affordability, workforce development, and education.

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Water Reductions for the New Year May Be Just the Beginning, Experts Say

Arizona will see the steepest cuts, with the state set to give up 592,000 acre-feet of water – the amount of water is takes to cover an acre to a depth of 1 foot – in 2023.

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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.

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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.