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Headlines
Feds reveal details for border wall that will span San Pedro River@tonydavis987
Migrant kids in overcrowded Arizona border station allege sex assault, retaliation from U.S. agents
Eats and Beats: A Subterranean Restaurant
Best things to do in ArizonaRoger Naylor
Water cuts could force Arizona to adapt or “implode”@tonydavis987

Catalina State Park
azstateparks.com/catalina
Watch Now: Catalina State Park one year after Bighorn Fire

Facebook
Arizona Museum of Natural History
Cochise County

Flickr
Arizona – Planeta

Flickr Groups
Northern Arizona
The American Southwest

Twitter
@AZRogerNaylor
@GrandCanyonNPS
@ArizonaDOT
@AZStateParks
@ArizonaDEQ
@ArizonaTourism
@visitphoenix
@OrganPipeNPS
@nogalesnews
@NativeInnovate
@TheHopiTribe
@azcentral
@asugreen
@AZPress
@TempeArts
@RexChapman
@jamescita

Embedded Tweets


Tourism Portals
Arizona Guide@Arizona Tourism
@AZTourismNews

Government
az.gov
az511.gov@ArizonaDOT

Ruben Gallego
rubengallego.house.gov
gallegoforarizona.com
@RepRubenGallego
@RubenGallego

Recommended Viewing
Arizona Public Media
azpm.org
@azpm
Facebook

NAU
nau-tv.com
live
coconino.az.gov

News
azcentral.com
arizonasports.com
azmirror.com@ArizonaMirror

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
Protecting and Enhancing Public Health and the Environment of the Grand Canyon state.
azdeq.gov
@ArizonaDEQ

Parks
azstateparks.com
@azstateparks


nature.nps.gov/views/layouts/Main.html#/GRCA/geology
nature.nps.gov/air/webcams/parks/grcacam/grcacam.cfm

Painted Desert
Wikipedia

Petrified Forest National Park
Petrified Forest National Park
self-guided hikes
the Petrified Forest Museum Association

Hike Arizona
hikearizona.com
Elephant Tree (Bursera microphylla)

State Parks
Arizona State Parkspodcasts
@AZStateParks

Tonto National Forest
The Tonto National Forest, encompassing 2,873,200 acres (1,162,700 ha; 11,627 km2), is the largest of the six national forests in Arizona and is the fifth largest national forest in the United States. The Tonto National Forest is also the most visited “urban” forest in the United States. The boundaries of the Tonto National Forest are the Phoenix metropolitan area to the south, the Mogollon Rim to the north and the San Carlos and Fort Apache Indian Reservation to the east. – Wikipedia
fs.usda.gov/tonto
tripadvisor
Tonto_National_Forest

Tonto National Monument
nps.gov/tont/index.htm

Arcosanti / Cosanti
Every year Arcosanti welcomes 50,000 visitors who come and experience firsthand the vision and architecture of this vibrant educational community in the beautiful high desert of central Arizona. If you have a few hours you can enjoy a site tour, a meal in our café and a visit to the gallery selling our world renowned Soleri Windbells. Be sure to check out our event schedule when planning your visit.
Visiting hours are 9am – 5pm, 7 days a week.

Arcosanti is closed on major holidays (New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day)
arcosanti.org
visit
Wikipedia

Arivaca
Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge

Benson/Singing Wind Bookshop
Yelp
Facebook
Singing Wind Bookshop owner, ‘force of nature’ Winn Bundy dies at 90
Tucson Opinion: Help put Benson on the ecotourism map

Bullhead City
bullheadcity.com@bullheadinfo
mohavedailynews.com

Bisbee
Discover Bisbee@bisbeeinfo
Bisbee 17 – Hollywood Reporter
Film airing on PBS recalls city’s dark deportation history
bisbee17.com

Colorado City
tocc.us
Wikipedia

Ganado
Wikipedia
hubbelltradingpost.orgFacebook@hubbelltp

Gila River Community
gilariver.org
Wikipedia

Gilbert
Gilbert may be a large town, but its friendly atmosphere and unique amenities are a continual draw for visitors. Situated only 12 miles southeast of Phoenix, Gilbert offers easy access and a quick commute to two airports.
https://www.gilbertaz.gov
Wilbert
http://barnoneaz.com@barnoneaz
http://agritopia.com@agritopia

Grand Canyon Nat. Park: Yaki Point, Spring Storm Approaching

Jerome
tripadvisor
Wikipedi

Joseph City
jackrabbittradingpost.com
APS will try to switch coal power plant to burn wood from forest thinning, possibly cutting wildfire risk
Wikipedia
Cholla_Power_Plant – Wikipedia

Kayenta
First municipally structured government established on the Navajo Nation as a permanent political sub-division. A local government that has been established by local visionaries who understand the need to harness local empowerment, in its truest form, for the stability and well-being of Kayenta’s economic future.
Wikipedia

Kingman
gokingman.com
mcfafairgrounds.org
Mohave MuseumFacebook
kingmanhistoricdistrict.comLewis Kingman Park

Lake Havasu City
lhcaz.gov
havasuballoonfest.com
golakehavasu.com
londonbridgetour.com

London Bridge, Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Mesa
Wikipedia

Oatman
across the river from Laughlin, Nevada
legendsofamerica.com/az-oatman.html

Page
Page is located on the southern shores of Lake Powell. The town began in 1957 as a housing camp for workers building the Glen Canyon Dam. In 1958, some 24 square miles of Navajo land were exchanged for a larger tract in Utah, and “Government Camp” (later called Page in honor of Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner John C. Page) was born. (history)

cityofpage.org
https://www.facebook.com/CityofPage
https://www.facebook.com/places/Things-to-do-in-Page-Arizona/109489135737080
https://www.facebook.com/dambarn.grille
visitpagelakepowell.com
Google map

Patagonia
patagoniaaz.com

Payson
– Rim Country
paysonaz.gov
rimcountrymuseum.org

Peoria
peoriaaz.gov

Prescott
prescott-az.gov@prestweets
visit-prescott.com
http://www.cox7.com/arizona-weekend-explorer/prescott-special

Rock Springs
https://rocksprings.cafe
https://twitter.com/rockspringspie

San Pedro River
Feds reveal details for border wall that will span San Pedro River

Scottsdale
scottsdaleaz.gov@scottsdaleazgov

Sedona
visitsedona.comwhat-is-a-vortex
enchantmentresort.com
sedona.net

Nearby: The Coconino National Forest is one of the most diverse National Forests in the country with landscapes ranging from the famous Red Rocks of Sedona to Ponderosa Pine Forests, to alpine tundra.

http://www.azcentral.com/story/travel/arizona/road-trips/2016/04/21/sedona-trails-hiking-biking/83199986

Sierra Vista
sierravistaaz.gov

Tuba City
tubacity.nndes.org
Wikipedia
TripAdvisor
@kghrnavajoradio

Tumacacori National Historical Park
nps.gov/tuma
Flickr Search
Mapping Tumacácori

Wikiup
Wikipedia
TripAdvisor
Luchia’s – TripAdvisor

Williams
experiencewilliams.com
Wikipedia
thetrain.com
Pine Country Restaurant

Winslow
– See Meteor Crater

Indigenous Peoples
Hopi
Diné (Navajo)
Yavapai people
ypit.com
itcaonline.com

Northern Arizona Native American Culture Trail
Celebrating the Sinagua

visitarizona.com/things-to-do/native-cultures

Inter Tribal Council of Arizona
itcaonline.com

Arizona Indian Gaming Assocation

Arizona Highways
arizhwys.com
https://www.facebook.com/azhighways

Buzzword Bingo
ArizonaGrand CanyonKachina – Migration – Saguaro – Sonoran Desert

Nature
azconservationpartners.org@conservpartners

Kitt Peak
The name for Kitt Peak in the O’odham language is “loligam,” meaning manzanita.
noao.edu/kpno
https://www.noao.edu/outreach/kptour/kpno_tohono.html

Tohono O’odham
The Tohono O’odham Reservation, consisting of four separated lands, is the second largest reservation in the United States.

azpbs.org/arizonahorizon
@arizonapbs

Time in Arizona
Time and Date
Time in Arizona – Wikipedia

Arizona State University
asu.edu
pac-12.com/live/arizona-state-university

Power
Arizona Public Service
Power Plant Tours

Wikipedia
Aspen
Frybread
London Bridge
Four Corners
Pinal County

Older Features

Features

Cities

Parks


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