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Sandhill crane population remains higher than five and 10 year averages for the fourth year in a row

The Arizona Game and Fish Department estimates that about 42,200 Sandhill cranes are in southeast Arizona for fourth year in a row

Atascosa Borderlands: Connecting the land, the wildlife, and the people.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Dr. Jasleen Chhatwal on helping loved ones survive dark times; and, how do YOU pronounce "Sahuarita"?

Tucson TreeCycle recycling program in effect for New Year holidays

Residents can bring their Christmas trees to city sites through January 15.

The Buzz: A legislative look-ahead at water and agriculture

The new legislative session is weeks away, so we look at the state's top water user.

New project developments underway for South32 Hermosa project

Mining company addresses community health, workforce development and transparency in Hermosa critical minerals project

Local leaders advocate swift action on EPA’s greenhouse gas standards for vehicles

Driving change: Calls for accelerated emission standards gain momentum as communities look to embrace cleaner, safer transportation solutions

Tucson to launch at-home composting program next year

Composting keeps harmful greenhouse gases out of landfills.

UA’s College of Public Health secures $3.8 million NIH grant to pioneer climate change and health research

SCORCH initiative focuses on forecasting, adaptive responses and community resilience

Construction resumes on SunZia Transmission Project following temporary suspension

Bureau of Land Management’s pause addresses cultural property concerns in the San Pedro Valley, work progresses on 520-mile transmission project

Fort Huachuca and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service must re-assess water savings analysis

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the government and Army did not provide sufficient evidence of water savings through conservation efforts.

Endangered red squirrel's numbers show decrease this year in southeastern Arizona

The annual survey conducted jointly by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, Coronado National Forest and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service showed an estimate of 144 squirrels.

U.S. Department of Justice initiates water rights decree for San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

Environmental group says decree prompts evaluation of existing water rights certificates

Arizona rattlesnakes could be affected by I-11 construction

A portion of the project cuts through desert land, which experts say could cause continuing concerns for wildlife.

Federal initiative awards Altar Valley Watershed $1.2 million for flood resilience

The investment drives innovation for water infrastructure projects

Pima County to Reorganize Environmental Departments next year

The new Conservation Lands and Resources Department is expected to be completed next summer.

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