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Environment

Flagstaff N AZ Group Outing to Strawberry Crater

Flagstaff N AZ Group – Sierra Club Outing Contact Deb McMahan debbie_dsb@hotmail.com or Carie Steele debbie_dsb@hotmail.com to register. Hike Details:1.1 mile round trip hike through the north side Strawberry Crater. A volcanic cinder cone and lava flow form the centerpiece of the 10,141 acre Strawberry Crater Wilderness. Though the area last erupted around the time […]

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Energy Team Meeting

Please join our discussions, programs, and field trips focusing on renewable energy and energy efficiency, reducing fossil fuel use, addressing climate change, and much much more. Everyone is invited to participate, no matter how much or how little you know about energy issues. For more information or to RSVP, contact Sandy Bahr at sandy.bahr@sierraclub.org or […]

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No Thanks, No Giving! Annual Event

No Thanks, No Giving! 11th Annual Benefit Event Discussions, open mic, music, food, silk-screening Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018 4pm, $5 suggested donation, free for unsheltered relatives or with a warm clothing donation. Táala Hooghan Infoshop (1704 N 2nd St, Occupied Lands/Flagstaff, AZ 86004) Proceeds support unsheltered Indigenous relatives and anti-fascist organizing. Bring a shirt to […]

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Severed Ties: The Legal and Humanitarian Impact of U.S. Immigration Policy

Image credit: John Moore/Getty Images Stories of children separated from their parents along with being confined to cages have enraged people and motivated them to respond urgently to end this extremely challenging and emotionally wrenching situation. Tucson community nonprofit organizations have opened their hearts and their resources to assist in every possible way. As a […]

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Protest Snowbowl’s Opening Day

Protest Arizona Snowbowl’s opening day! WHEN: Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 – 7:30AM WHERE: Snowbowl Rd. & HWY 180 Please email protectpeaks@gmail.com to coordinate carpools.The mountain, water, and all life forms are precious. We will keep standing for human rights and environmental justice until they STOP making snow with treated sewage effluent. Come stand together against […]

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Election Decompression

If you’re tired from a long election season … we want you here. If you did just the right amount of self-care that you’re asking, “What’s next?” … we want you here. It’s everything a decompression is all about, beers, cheers, snacks and music. Plus you leave with an action plan and maybe some new […]

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Rincon Group Monthly Program

University of Arizona Hydrology Professor Thomas Meixner will speak on issues related to water use, water availability, hydrologic change in our rivers, and the human causes of these changes. He will place particular focus on the processes that drive recharge, the overpumping of regional groundwater and the impacts of these processes on our critically important […]

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JCM Adult Center, Thorpe Park

Kay Bordwell (Board Secretary) and Emily Renn (Director) of the “Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project” will speak about the International Wolf Symposium in Minneapolis, Minn. that they recently attended. Also, the work they do here in Arizona with wolves and what is going on with wolves worldwide.

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Midterm Election Watch Party

Details Indivisible Tohono (“iT”) will be hosting a viewing party at Shell Gas Station and Fine Food Eatery. iT held the Nation’s first ever democratic candidate forum before the primaries with an astounding turnout from State and Federal candidates. The field narrowed and iT held another forum which highlighted our local BUSD Board member candidates! […]

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