Vandals are back at work in the Rincon Mountain District of the Saguaro National Park. Graffiti was discovered last weekend on several rocks and saguaros along the Douglas Springs Trail.
It was confirmed by park officials that 16 objects were
Tucson placed first in their city division during the Wyland Foundation's National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation, and Mayor Rothschild is thanking Tucsonans for pledging to save water.
These pledges enabled Tucson to
Saguaro National Park is offering a variety of hikes and talks this spring that explore the park’s wonderful natural and cultural history. Interpretive programs are
The City of Tucson and Tucson Clean & Beautiful are hosting a dedication ceremony for some recently planted trees.
59 new trees have been planted along the
Tucson residents are continuing to pledge to use water wisely, keeping the city in first place in its category, in the National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation.
There is less than one week left to the
The Forest Service is seeking candidates to serve on the Arizona National Scenic Trail Advisory Council.
The Council was established with the National Trails System Act, for the purpose of providing recommendations to the Secretary of Agriculture, through the
Environmental Services for the City of Tucson will be announcing the winners of its “Look What’s New with Do More Blue” poster contest.
Students from grades 6 to 8 were
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