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Ian Dowdy
Sun Corridor Legacy Program
Program Director

602-393-4310 ext. 308

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The Sonoran Institute traces its roots to the Southwest’s arid lands and fragile Sonoran Desert where it began working more than 15 years ago to bring about lasting conservation and prosperity to local communities. The Institute’s multi-faceted, long-term efforts in this area – dominated today by Arizona’s burgeoning Sun Corridor – seek to promote regional solutions to balancing rapid growth with the need for open space and creating sustainable water and energy sources for future generations.

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News & Updates

Public news service credit City of GoodyearApril 29, 2013 - Bill to Benefit AZ Wildlife, Military introduced by Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva. Hear the story about HR 1799 on Public News Service. Download HR 1799.

 

 

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April 24, 2013 - Report Calls for Increased Protection of Lands near Arizona's Military Facilities. A new report by the Sonoran Institute and the Arizona Wilderness Coalition analyzes the critical relationship between land use and military installations in western Maricopa County and how conservation can help sustain Arizona's $9 billion military industry.

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IanHorizon SDHAugust 2012 - Ted Simons of Arizona Horizon Interviews Ian Dowdy on the Sonoran Desert Heritage Proposal.

   

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