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New magazine about growing your own food in Arizona soil

Growing own food in Arizona Desert

New Magazine focusing in food sustainability in southern Arizona

July 8th, 2013

Water-Driven Progress: Deal could bring running water to Navajo, Hopi homes.

Thousands of people on the Navajo and Hopi Indian reservations would gain access to running water under terms of a proposed settlement in a decades-old dispute over the rights to Arizona’s water resources.

Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., introduced the settlement Tuesday from the floor of the U.S. Senate, calling it inconceivable that in 2012, members of the two tribes still must haul water in tanks and barrels just to meet their daily needs.

His legislation, co-sponsored by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., would authorize spending more than $300 million on three groundwater-delivery projects on the Navajo and Hopi reservations. In exchange, the two tribes would give up their claims to water in the Little Colorado River system, giving towns and farmers on the river certainty about their water supplies.

February 15th, 2012

The Great Outdoors in Phoenix

Think there isn’t much to do in the Phoenix area? Think again! The Youtube Channel has many great videos that could inspire you to venture out to the great outdoors.

*watch until  the end of this video to see a map of the area featured.

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February 7th, 2012

Play Ball: The Cactus League Experience

Spring Training is near, and if you find yourself wondering what I’m talking about, you should head straight to one of the Arizona Historical Society Museums to learn about this exciting part of Arizona’s history.

The following video Highlights of the exhibition “Play Ball: The Cactus League Experience” at the Arizona Historical Society Museum in Tempe, Arizona. Visit the museum to reminisce of the older days, or take your kids to meet the most followed sport celebrities.

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January 9th, 2012

Celebrating a Centennial in Arizona

The following are some of the events that commemorate Arizona’s first Centennial. I would love to attend at least one of them to learn more about our history.

TRAVELING THE COWBOY TRAIL: 100 YEARS OF ARIZONA TALES, Flagstaff | Cowboy entertainers will play music, tell stories and read cowboy poetry in celebration of Arizona and the centennial. Tony Norris is a veteran of the cowboy music and poetry festivals. He has appeared on the stages of the National cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada, The Lincoln County Cowboy Symposium in Ruidoso, New Mexico and The Arizona Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Prescott, Arizona. (February 12, 2012)

PASSAGE OF TIME: A HISTORY OF ARIZONA, Scottsdale| This event will take attendants through the period of Arizona history beginning with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and into the period of becoming the 48th state ending with our present day. (February 14, 2012)

THE SOUNDS OF STATEHOOD, Tempe| The Sounds of Statehood is a musical story which portrays the history of Arizona from about 1870 to February 14, 1912, culminating with statehood. Using two fictional characters, Mariquita Hernandez and Captain Jesse Wrightson, The Sounds of Statehood depicts the lives of actual, true-to life town founders, such as Judge Charles Hayden and his wife Sallie Hayden of the Hayden Flour Mill in Tempe. Historical events and prominent Arizona pioneers are also brought to life on stage, from areas such as; Flagstaff, The Grand Canyon, Prescott, Jerome, Pinedale and Tucson. (February 14, 2012 – March 3, 2012)

For High School Students


AASC STATE CONVENTION, Glendale | In this celebration of Arizona’s 100th birthday, this event will be a mix of music, dances, and possible speakers of Governer Jan Brewer and Mayor Elaine Scruggs. There will be a huge display of 500 cupcakes colored in the form of the Arizona state flag. This event will have over 1800 attendees that will truly appreciate a celebration of the Grand Canyon State. The Cactus High School Student Council has been planning this convention since November of 2010 and is working with a plethora of vendors including; Satyr Entertainment, ADI Production Company, Lazer Wizardry, and the Cactus High School Culinary Department, just to name a few. (February 9-11, 2012)

For more information visit az100years.org

January 2nd, 2012



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