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The ‘Hart’ of Hart Prairie (access required)

On the western slopes of the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff is a beautiful area known as Hart Prairie. Its 8,500-foot elevation suggests short summers and long, cold winters, but surprisingly; it was one of the first areas around Flagstaff to be homesteaded because of its lush grasses, bountiful timber and readily available water.

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For many on the Navajo Nation, it’s been a long wait for power

According to the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority, the largest utility provider on the Navajo Reservation, more than 18,000 households there still lack electricity. that number accounts for 75 percent of all U.S. households without electricity. Nowhere in the entire country are there so many people without power, despite millions of dollars in federal grants that were supposed to bring power to parts of the Navajo Nation.

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