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Expanding use of “good fire” isn’t easy.

Courtney Schultz, Cassandra Moseley and Heidi Huber-Stearns This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. As spring settles in across the United States, western states are already preparing for summer and wildfire season. And although it may seem counter-intuitive, some of the most urgent conversations …

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Longest Ski Season In History Resort

Arizona Snowbowl will be offer three more weeks of skiing! Flagstaff, Ariz. —  While the Grand Canyon state’s southern region experienced triple-digit temperatures this week, Arizona Snowbowl reported new snowfall. The surprise appearance from Mother Nature to the Flagstaff resort brings the season snowfall total to nearly 30 feet (333 …

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Arizona Gives Day raises the bar on April 3rd.

        PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 20, 2019):  More than 715 501c3 nonprofit organizations across the state, from small hyper-local volunteer-run agencies to major organizations with widespread presence, have registered and been vetted for participation in Arizona Gives Day, a 24-hour online fund-raising event benefiting Arizona charities. Arizona Gives Day is an annual, statewide …

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Ideas to build on. Building Community.

Slide 1 |Bigger is no longer better. In Blueprint Boise, city planners imagined a small-lot, sustainable city unblighted by suburbia’s bloat. Among the 366 pages of tactics and recommendations, an article titled: “12 Step Solution for fighting suburban sprawl.” featuring actionable concepts basic enough to help most any midsize city.  We found many …

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