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Fire Update Aug 29: Outflow Winds and Flash Flooding a Concern with Thunderstorms Today

Griffin, Meddler, Alder, Rock House , Juniper Fires – August 29, 2020 Morning Update   Griffin Fire:      61, 995 acres     44% contained                  Cause: Lightning                               Grass and Brush The Griffin Fire (started 8/17) has merged with the Gin Fire (started 8/16) and Champion Fire (started 8/23). Location: 5 miles northeast of Globe, AZ in the Apache mountains west of Hwy 60  Meddler Fire: 4,452 acres         84% contained                  Cause: Under Investigation          Grass …

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Rent an adventure in a Pin Drop Travel Trailer

Pin Drop Travel Trailers, LLC, a locally owned travel trailer manufacturing company, offers adventure travelers an opportunity to isolate in remote destinations and sample the fully self-contained tear drop experience through online rental.   Cottonwood, Arizona and Miami, Arizona – Pin Drop Travel Trailers, LLC has expanded its offerings to meet the …

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Insectary Plants in the Garden: More Than Meets the Eye

Flowering plants don’t just look pretty – they can also do some serious garden work. Beautiful, aromatic blossoms attract beneficial insects – such as pollinators – to the garden. And in vegetable gardens, you can enlist flowering plants to help with pest control, either attracting predators that keep populations of …

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Tonto National Monument to Begin to Increase Recreational Access

Roosevelt, AZ – Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, Tonto National Monument is increasing recreational access. The National Park Service (NPS) is working service wide with federal, state, and local public health authorities to closely monitor …

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Tonto National Forest restricts equestrian recreation in Goldfield/Bulldog Area, Lower Salt River

PHOENIX, May 29, 2020  Beginning today at 6:00pm, visitors to the Tonto National Forest will not be allowed to ride or take a horse, mule, burro or donkey into the area where the Salt River Horses currently reside (map included at end of release). On May 21, 2020, Arizona Department …

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