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Experts say a catastrophic wildfire through the San Francisco Peaks could result in nearly $3 billion in damages.
Feb. 26, 2024
Officials are warning residents to clear out fire hazards on their property in Scottsdale and other surrounding areas. People can use a program to identify those fire hazards.
Feb. 24, 2024
The Show spoke with Chris Hakkenberg, assistant research professor at Northern Arizona University, about his work studying forest health and biodiversity with a space laser.
Jan. 29, 2024
The Show spoke with John Williams, an ecologist at University of California, Davis and project scientist in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy, about how new research is saying prescribed burns can — and should — be used more often.
Jan. 24, 2024
Tonto National Forest officials are planning a new project to lower the risk of wildfires and improve forest health.
Jan. 15, 2024
Coconino County officials say wildfire threat and the resulting flooding are the most prominent dangers in the region. And in an election year, they caution that there’s no guarantee that federal dollars will continue coming in to stop it.
Dec. 15, 2023
Last year’s Pipeline Fire led to erosion of the city of Flagstaff’s 13-mile-long infrastructure that runs spring water to the city’s distribution system.
Dec. 6, 2023
After half a century of efforts to clean up air quality in the U.S., new research finds the toll from wildfires may be overwhelming health gains in the West.
Nov. 30, 2023
Even as climate change warms the Sonoran Desert, Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures during the holidays. The season also marks the arrival of prescribed burns in the Arizona high country.
Nov. 29, 2023
The Show spoke with Dr. Theresa Cullen, director of the Pima County Health Department, about potential air filtration centers.
Nov. 27, 2023
In 1990, the Dude Fire killed six firefighters and burned more than 24 thousand acres near Payson. Although the fire burned more than three decades ago, work on restoring the watershed continues.
Nov. 22, 2023
As visitation to the Grand Canyon’s North Rim declines and temperatures cool, the park will work with the U.S. Forest Service to carry out prescribed burns over the next two weeks.
Nov. 15, 2023
In areas covered by private fire companies, costs can be covered by subscriptions. However, some residents claimed they were unaware that such options were even offered.
Nov. 7, 2023
The so-called Maid Fire in northern Arizona is now fully contained, U.S. Forest Service officials announced Monday.
Nov. 6, 2023
A 34,000 acre prescribed burn operation is underway near Globe. Adam Bromley, a ranger with the U.S. Forest Service, says fire officials have contingency resources in place.
Nov. 4, 2023
Residents in Maricopa and Pinal counties can take a survey about environmental challenges and where they get their information as part of the Maricopa Association of Governments' regional plan to reduce climate pollution.
Oct. 31, 2023
The Bureau of Land Management’s Lake Havasu Field Office is seeking public input on an Environmental Assessment for a plan to treat Invasive plants.
Oct. 31, 2023
The Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management has awarded nearly $8 million in grants to help reduce the risk of wildfire.
Oct. 30, 2023
Boreal forests comprise one-quarter of the world’s woodlands and exert a substantial influence on Earth’s climate. Now, research is changing our picture of how these massive carbon storehouses react to forest fires.
Oct. 26, 2023
Arizona and the Western United States have struggled with big wildfires in recent years. Mexico’s ecosystem is similar to Arizona’s, but an Northern Arizona University researcher says it has not had a problem with large blazes in its ponderosa forests.
Oct. 23, 2023