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Sponsor Spotlight

As wise caretakers of the land, Stewardship Sponsor the Highlands Center for Natural History, Supporting Sponsors Alta Vista Garden Club, Bike Prescott, The Hike Shack, and Jay’s Bird Barn are all committed giving back to the community. Showing their alliance with our mission, they converted their support to a donation after the Granite Creek Cleanup

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84 Acres on Verde River Protected

from The Daily Courier 84 acres on Verde River added to Prescott National Forest The Trust for Public Land and the U.S. Forest Service announced the permanent protection of 84 acres on the upper Verde River by adding the land to the Prescott National Forest, according to a release Monday morning. The property, known as

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Sponsor Spotlight

Interior Logic joined Prescott Creeks as a first time Stewardship Sponsor of the 2020 Granite Creek Cleanup and converted their support to a donation when the event was cancelled due to COVID-19! Thank you. When asked why Interior Logic supports Prescott Creeks, they said: “As part of the Nation’s leading interior finish company, the Prescott ILG

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Sponsor Spotlight

Thanks go to Stewardship Sponsor Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #3600 for their donation! This year, the Fraternal Order of Eagles, a first-time Cleanup sponsor, stepped up to provide a team for the Granite Creek Cleanup, but this was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. For the past 45 years, our local Aerie #3600 and its

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2020 Monsoon Summary

Narrative & Images by: Aaron Burrows September 1st, 2020 This year’s Monsoon season has continued to be a disappointment across Yavapai County and much of the State of Arizona. Even as dry as what July 2020 was, August of this year has turned out to be even drier for many of the fifty-five monitored weather

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Volunteer Spotlight

We would like to recognize our lovely, dedicated, and skilled volunteer office staff: Mary Jo Dhein, Annie Resnick, Cindy Vaughn, and Chris Brooks. Collectively they have served about 1,200 hours over the past four and a half years (14 years combined with a range of 2.5-4.5 years each). They’ve helped in a variety of capacities

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