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Returning Water to the Delta
On March 23, 2014, we witnessed a significant and unique water-related event in the West. An extra dose of Colorado River water was released for the specific purpose of bringing life back to the parched Delta.
Interstate 11 Analysis
This report attempts to provide clarity around the issues that should be evaluated in further detail as the Interstate 11 corridor (linking Tucson and Phoeniz, AZ with Las Vegas, NV) alignment is evaluated and selected.
Profiles - State Trust Lands
Yavapai County in northern Arizona
Nearly 10,000 acres in four separate parcels in Yavapai County have repeatedly been singled out for conservation to protect special wildlife and alleviate development pressures on some of the areas.
2012 Annual Report - Crossroads
Crossroads are an exciting place to be. Not only do they offer the prospect of change, but they also represent the power of choice. Even if difficult, the decision is ours to make, the challenge ours to meet.
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On Wednesday, April 16, we will hold a FREE webinar to share strategies for involving community and business assets for successful economic development - called Small Town Comeback: Economic and Community Development. Register today
Susan Culp of Phoenix hs been named the interim Director of our Western Lands and Communities program; a joint venture with the Lincoln Institite of Land Policy. Find out more about Susan
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Check out the Spring Edition of our Fetch! e-newsletter to stay updated on new case studies, resources, and recent webinars -- in support of best practices for building strong communities. Fetch e-newsletter
Tomorrow, April 9, 2014, is Arizona Gives Day. We need your help. Support Arizona and the Sonoran Institute at the same time. Donate now
On the evening of March 25th, two and a half days after the release from Morelos Dam, the pulse flow reached the bridge at San Luis Rio Colorado, on the border of Baja California and Sonora, Mexico. Hundreds of people in dozens of vehicles came down to the usually dry river bed to welcome the water.