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Federal energy regulators deny permits for a controversial project on the Navajo Nation

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said it was establishing a new policy about cooperation with Tribes.

Mandy Patinkin shares stories and laughter.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Being last in line to get water from the Colorado River; and four short films debut at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center.

Santa Cruz River Cleanup

Picking up trash and sowing wildflowers with The Sonoran Institute

Bestselling authors unite to oppose book banning through an intriguing collaboration.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Water in Utah is draining Laker Powell; How Ehrenberg, Arizona got its name; and seeing color for the first time.

Local Tucson non-profit is fighting drought in back yards and public spaces

Tucson Clean and Beautiful's Green Stormwater Infrastructure Program

Desert Living Home Tour

Homes and community spaces across Tucson showcased features that cut down on water and energy use.

The Buzz: A legislative look-ahead at water and agriculture

The new legislative session is weeks away, so we look at the state's top water user.

Fort Huachuca and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service must re-assess water savings analysis

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the government and Army did not provide sufficient evidence of water savings through conservation efforts.

U.S. Department of Justice initiates water rights decree for San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

Environmental group says decree prompts evaluation of existing water rights certificates

Federal initiative awards Altar Valley Watershed $1.2 million for flood resilience

The investment drives innovation for water infrastructure projects

A new radio drama: "Six Ways to Get Bit by a Rattlesnake"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Hydropower on the Navajo Nation; Preview the upcoming Oro Valley Arts Festival; Listen to a poem by Rick Wamer, and a new song from Gabrielle Pietrangelo.

Tucson Water receives federal funding to combat PFAS, construct new water treatment facility

$30 million awarded through EPA from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

ADEQ unveils Advanced Water Purification Program

The program looks to reuse wastewater into a purified water source

Conservation windfall in Arizona: America the Beautiful Challenge funds key initiatives

Statewide grant recipients develop nature-based solutions

Reviving Montezuma Pass: Sky Island Alliance's bold initiative to rewild decommissioned roads

From roads to rivers: volunteers unite to transform old paths into thriving wildlife corridors

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