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Tonto National Forest gains new Deputy Forest Supervisor

PHOENIX, Nov. 16, 2023 – The Tonto National Forest is pleased to welcome Ericka Luna as their new Deputy Forest Supervisor. Prior to assuming her position on the Tonto, Luna served as the Deputy Forest Supervisor on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. She has worked extensively throughout the Southwestern Region for most …

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Kayaking in the Copper Corridor offers magnificent scenery and a cool alternative

Record snowpack over the winter and spring and record heat this summer offers a glimpse into the yin and the yang that comes with living year-round in Arizona. Given Globe’s location and with several lakes and rivers a short drive away, there are plenty of options to get out on …

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Roosevelt Lake offers cool options and new food opportunities to travelers trying to beat the heat

As temperatures spike throughout the state, locals and visitors alike can find relief on the cool waters of Roosevelt Lake along with plenty of activities both on and off the water. Enhancing the Arizona outdoor experience, there are several new options for food and lodging that offer local culinary takes …

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Prevention is key to upcoming fire season

As fire season draws near, the Globe Ranger District is bracing for whatever the summer brings after a relatively quiet year since Telegraph rained fire and brimstone—followed by monsoon flooding—on the Globe-Miami region. Thanks to the short lull and increased federal funding, regional agencies have been completing necessary work to …

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