Author: Paul Staker, Master Steward The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy recently completed a two-year grant from the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management (DFFM). The goal of this grant was to work with partners to implement a regional invasive plant removal program, based on DFFM’s interest in working with local groups within Arizona to help
We're sizzling in the summer in the Sonoran Desert, awaiting the arrival of monsoon storms. Enjoy these sights as we all stay cool indoors.
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On June 12th, Melanie Tluczek with Gila Watershed Partnership made an interesting discovery. Melanie is an alumna of the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy, having served as Manager of the Field Institute until 2017. She is now Executive Directior of the Gila Watershed Partnership, which, like the Conservancy, seeks to engage the community in protecting local ecosystems
Enjoy this week's Sixty Seconds in the Sonoran Desert. These are the sights of the land we love and steward every day. Let us share it with you. https://youtu.be/8eCO0PaibD4
Episode #9 is here! Enjoy, relax, and show some love to the Sonoran Desert.https://youtu.be/x-hNUDVmetk
Our Summer 2020 Mountain Lines, magazine of the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy, is available now. Check out our web edition to learn about Tips for Enjoying the Preserve with our Equestrian Friends!, Architecture of the Desert, Whose Scat is That?, Connecting Youth to Nature, and so much more. Read more
Episode 8 takes us into the desert for just a minute to relax.https://youtu.be/SrrBkrK8s-I
For immediate release, May 20, 2020 Arizona Game and Fish Department Contact: Tom Cadden, Public Information Officer (623) 236-7392, firstname.lastname@example.org Phoenix -- Some people mistakenly believe that when their exotic pets get too difficult to manage, it is okay to release them into the wild. But that is exactly the wrong thing to do. Introduced