The former operator of a Seattle donated-cadaver business who dumped numerous body parts around central Arizona was sentenced to more than six years in prison Monday.Read More »
The Western Governors' Association plans five workshops to discuss forest and rangeland management practices.Read More »
Forest officials are taking public comment on requests for easements that, if approved, would clear the way for a major development just outside the Grand Canyon.Read More »
The science is in and the time to act on forest management is now if the government wants to avoid more catastrophic wildfires, a panel of wildfire experts told a House committee Thursday.Read More »
If generally accepted predictions of global warming come to pass, Arizona’s transportation system will have to adapt due to stronger dust storms, snowfall, flooding, forest fires and other factors, experts say.Read More »
More than 800 square miles were torched, 32 home were destroyed and taxpayers are on the hook for $100 million.
That’s the cost of the Wallow fire, the largest wildfire in our state’s history. Sadly, this could have been prevented.
Arizona’s forests must be thinned to address overgrowth that harms watersheds and endangers wildlife and surrounding communities, the state’s top forestry official told lawmwakers Thursday.Read More »
Forests in New Mexico and Arizona will benefit from nearly $7 million in recently awarded federal funds.Read More »