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Wildlife advocates say Ducey’s new border barrier threatens fragile Arizona habitat

Wildlife advocates say Ducey’s new border barrier threatens fragile Arizona habitat

The U.S. government and Arizona environmentalists are fighting Gov. Doug Ducey’s ongoing effort to wall off sections of the state’s border with Mexico using state-purchased shipping containers.

Zoo announcing $53M campaign to fund chimp exhibit, more

Zoo announcing $53M campaign to fund chimp exhibit, more

A chimpanzee exhibit spanning nearly two-thirds of the property. A research center focused on helping preserve endangered species populations. A new welcome center with animal “ambassadors.”

12-1-22 Northern long-eared bats living in Indiana facing extinction, now listed as endangered
12-1-22 Wildlife advocates say Ducey’s new border barrier threatens fragile Arizona habitat
12-1-22 Northern long-eared bats living in Indiana facing extinction, now listed as endangered
12-1-22 Northern long-eared bats living in Indiana facing extinction, now listed as endangered
12-1-22 Northern long-eared bats living in Indiana facing extinction, now listed as endangered
12-1-22 Season for Sharing: The Hub at George Washington gives high schoolers a safe space to grow
12-1-22 Season for Sharing: The Hub at George Washington gives high schoolers a safe space to grow
12-1-22 NEW GUEST WELCOME CENTER EXPERIENCE, GLOBAL CENTER FOR SPECIES SURVIVAL AND INTERNATIONAL CHIMPANZEE COMPLEX HEADLINE CAMPAIGN Indianapolis Zoo Announces The Campaign for Our Zoo, Our Community, Our World
12-1-22 Zoo announcing $53M campaign to fund chimp exhibit, welcome center and more
12-1-22 Zoo announces $53 million campaign to fund chimpanzee exhibits, more – Inside Indiana Business
12-1-22 Wildlife advocates say Ducey’s new border barrier threatens fragile Arizona habitat
11-29-22 Winners of the Nina Mason Pulliam Award for Outstanding Environmental Reporting
11-28-22 Season for Sharing: Grassroot Projects helps immigrant families
11-28-22 Scrub Hub: Here’s how you can help wildlife over the winter
11-27-22 Season for Sharing: Grassroot Projects helps immigrant families
11-27-22 Electric vehicles could help the environment, if drivers can find a charging station
11-27-22 Electric cars could help the environment with charging stations
11-27-22 Season for Sharing: Grassroot Projects helps immigrant families
11-25-22 Don’t want to fight the shopping crowds? State parks offering free admission Black Friday
11-25-22 CenterPoint Energy request 3-month rate hike for 2023 following coal plant failure
11-25-22 Don’t want to fight the shopping crowds? State parks offering free admission Black Friday
11-24-22 The application is open for 2022 IndyStar Season for Sharing grants. What you need to know
11-24-22 Season for Sharing: Joseph Maley Foundation teaches kids about disabilities
11-24-22 Too many are vulnerable as costs keep rising. Donate to Season for Sharing to help
11-24-22 Volunteer, state crews contain 110-acre brush fire at Brown County State Park
11-24-22 Season for Sharing: Joseph Maley Foundation teaches kids about disabilities
11-24-22 Too many are vulnerable as costs keep rising. Donate to Season for Sharing to help
11-22-22 As the Colorado River is stretched thin by drought, can the 100-year-old rules that divide it still work?
11-22-22 Air conditioning, treats and hugs. Pardoned turkeys live a luxurious lifestyle at Purdue.
11-19-22 Maricopa County voters reelect 2 CAP board incumbents, add 3 newcomers
11-18-22 Shoppers seeing higher turkey prices this Thanksgiving after bird flu outbreak
11-16-22 Repeat offender receives state’s 1st-ever lifetime hunting ban for poaching wild turkeys
11-15-22 How would 1,900 more cows grazing along the Salt River affect the land and the wildlife?
11-15-22 California’s New Solar Power Proposal Removes Hefty Grid Connection Fee
11-13-22 Season for Sharing 2022 kicks off, continuing legacy of helping Arizonans in need
11-13-22 Season for Sharing 2022 kicks off, continuing legacy of helping Arizonans in need
11-10-22 Utility companies, Indiana offer billing assistance for winter home heating
11-8-22 Opposition to a Cochise County water measure flows in mostly from out-of-area sources
11-4-22 Indiana is failing to clean up its toxic coal ash pits, new report says
11-4-22 Former Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman to head Central Arizona Project
11-2-22 ElevateEdAZ to Receive $100,000 from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
11-2-22 Advocates, utilities ask Indiana Supreme Court to decide how solar customers are charged
11-2-22 Advocates, utilities ask Indiana Supreme Court to decide how solar customers are charged
11-1-22 Launching Nov. 1: Program to assist Marion County residents with heating bills
10-31-22 Scrub Hub: What can I do with my leftover jack-o’-lanterns, pumpkins?
10-28-22 How Every Grantmaker Can Incorporate Trust-Based Practices (PEAK Midwest)
10-26-22 Announcing the winner of the 2022 Nina Mason Pulliam Award for Outstanding Environmental Reporting
10-20-22 Authorities investigate the killing of a captive-born Mexican gray wolf in New Mexico
10-19-22 Authorities investigate the killing of a captive-born Mexican gray wolf in New Mexico
10-19-22 Gila River tribe will take offer to conserve water, but Yuma farmers say it’s not enough
10-19-22 As wells dry up and lawmakers balk, Cochise voters could force new groundwater protections
10-18-22 New leader taking the helm at Indiana’s largest environmental organization
10-18-22 Indianapolis Zoo announces nominees for worldwide wildlife conservation prize
10-17-22 Scrub Hub: Solar scammers want your money. How do I spot and avoid them?
10-13-22 West Lafayette teen honored for work fighting climate change at home and across Indiana
10-7-22 Leaders discuss water rights
10-5-22 Condors take flight near Grand Canyon, but lead ammo could ground the species
10-4-22 A wetter world is changing farm country. Can growers adapt?
10-3-22 Scrub Hub: How can teenagers help protect the environment?
10-1-22 ‘Most expensive crop in decades’: Farmers face higher stakes than ever with inflation
9-30-22 ‘Most expensive crop in decades’: Farmers face higher stakes than ever with inflation
9-30-22 How inflation is impacting South Bend region, Indiana farmers
9-30-22 How inflation is impacting South Bend region, Indiana farmers
9-30-22 How Inflation Is Impacting South Bend Region, Indiana Farmers
9-27-22 How an Arizona tribe and wildlife biologists rescued the Apache trout from near extinction
9-26-22 Indiana residents will experience more extreme heat days by midcentury, study says
9-26-22 Indiana residents will experience more extreme hot days by mid-century, a study says
9-26-22 Indiana residents will experience more extreme hot days by mid-century, a study says
9-26-22 Indiana residents will experience more extreme hot days by mid-century, a study says
9-23-22 HSPA 2022 Journalism Awards
9-23-22 Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Celebrates 10 Years of Indiana Animal Advocacy
9-21-22 Plan to build large warehouse could cause damaging floods, Franklin Township residents say
9-19-22 Scrub Hub: The spongy moth is ‘devastating’ forests across U.S. and it’s coming to Indiana
9-19-22 Stream Workshop at Fall Creek
9-17-22 BP must pay nearly $3M for dangerous air pollution violations at Indiana refinery
9-16-22 Stream Workshop at Fall Creek
9-16-22 Grand Canyon bison are headed to Great Plains tribal lands as North Rim herd is reduced
9-15-22 Nonprofits can apply now for 2022-23 Season for Sharing grants
9-15-22 Purdue leading research to grow solar and crops together in Corn Belt
9-15-22 Stream Workshop at Fall Creek
9-13-22 Can solar panels and row crops coexist on farmland across the skeptical Corn Belt?
9-13-22 Indianapolis Zoo announces finalists for new Emerging Conservationist Award
9-13-22 Park Service to poison bass upstream of Grand Canyon to save native fish
9-13-22 Indianapolis Zoo announces Emerging Conservationist Award finalists
9-12-22 Biologists plan to poison bass that threaten Grand Canyon chubs
9-12-22 2022 State of the Verde Watershed Conference
9-11-22 Disconnected and ‘dehumanized’: How thousands across Phoenix survive without running water
9-11-22 Disconnected and ‘dehumanized’: How thousands across Phoenix survive without running water
9-11-22 Thousands lack access to running water in metro Phoenix – The Arizona Republic
9-9-22 Grants for Environmental Projects in Indiana
9-7-22 Grown IN Indiana: Hemp growers test new strains, ready for legalization
9-7-22 At Lake Powell, a ‘front-row seat’ to a drying Colorado River and an uncertain future
9-3-22 Indianapolis Animal Care Services gets funding to build new facility
9-2-22 The Collective Tap
9-2-22 People on the Move – Kristina Perez
9-1-22 Indianapolis Animal Care getting $3M grant to help build new facility
9-1-22 Indianapolis Animal Care Services gets funding to build new facility
8-31-22 Grown IN Indiana: Bringing farming into classrooms is more than cows, sows and plows
8-31-22 IACS receives $3 million donation, planning to build new facility
8-31-22 Indianapolis Animal Care receives $3 million grant to help build new facility – Indianapolis Business Journal
8-31-22 IACS gets funding to build new facility
8-31-22 IACS gets funding to build new facility
8-31-22 IACS gets funding to build new facility
8-31-22 New animal care facility will be at Sherman Park
8-31-22 Indianapolis Animal Care getting $3M grant to help build new facility
8-30-22 Fall 2022 Nonprofit Program Series at Central Library
8-29-22 Sustainability in action
8-27-22 Pulliam Trust awards $75,000 to Northwest Valley Connect
8-26-22 What do shark teeth have to do with Indiana’s groundwater? Researcher digs for answers
8-25-22 More than 20,000 youth participate in Indy Library’s Summer Reading Program
8-24-22 From Indiana to your aquarium: Oldest private fish farm in the U.S. raises goldfish, koi
8-22-22 Scrub Hub: What is corn sweat? And does it make our Midwest summers muggy?
8-22-22 Scrub Hub: What is corn sweat? And does it make our Midwest summers muggy?
8-17-22 Grown IN Indiana: Urban farmers uplift Indy communities, raise next generation
8-16-22 Participants Logged More Than 15 Million Minutes of Reading During the Indianapolis Public Library’s 2022 Summer Reading Program
8-15-22 Federal to Local Investment Converges at Rio Salado Audubon Center
8-15-22 John Vanausdall, Eiteljorg museum leader since 1996, announces retirement plans
8-13-22 Conner Prairie kicks off $24M in capital projects
8-12-22 Conner Prairie unveils plans for $24M in new projects at museum
8-10-22 Grown IN Indiana: Wagyu farmer pursuing perfection in cattle operation, restaurant
8-10-22 Sinema meets with regional water officials to talk about $4B in Colorado River drought aid
8-9-22 Scrub Hub: Green job opportunities expected to continue growing in Indiana
8-6-22 Return of ‘the boss’: El Jefe, a jaguar that roamed Arizona, has turned up alive in Mexico
8-4-22 Report: Modify Glen Canyon Dam soon or risk losing the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon
8-3-22 Scaling up: Vertical farming takes hold and grows big in Indiana
8-2-22 CLD receives funds for HQ expansion
7-30-22 US House passes bills to address drought on the Colorado River, wildfire recovery
7-27-22 What’s in a name? Asian carp get a new, more palatable name: Copi
7-21-22 Honey bees face multiple stressors, but IU researchers hope findings reduce colony declines
7-21-22 Infrastructure law funds Superfund cleanups, but not uranium mines on Indigenous lands
7-20-22 Hoosier shrimp farm, Indiana’s portal to the sea, boasts ‘freshest seafood for 600 miles’
7-20-22 As Lake Powell shrinks, voracious smallmouth bass are staging for a Grand Canyon invasion
7-19-22 Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation Receives Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Grant to Continue its Foster Care Student Program
7-6-22 IndyPL’s Summer Reading Program Continues Through July 30!
7-5-22 White-nose syndrome is killing Indiana bats. Colder caves might save the vital bug eaters
7-1-22 Arizona and tribes could protect a wider range of species with money in a new bill
7-1-22 Health Plan Transparency Compliance: Written Agreements with Insurance Carriers, Third-Party Administrators or Pharmacy Benefit Managers
6-30-22 CenterPoint customers to see higher bills after Indiana OKs building two new gas plants
6-29-22 Scrub Hub: Are lightning bugs disappearing from Indiana’s night skies?
6-29-22 Scrub Hub: Are lightning bugs disappearing from Indiana’s night skies?
6-27-22 Arizona lawmakers bank a billion dollars to augment and save water
6-27-22 Pipelines? Desalination? Turf removal? Arizona commits $1B to augment, conserve water supplies
6-24-22 Wildfires like Rodeo-Chediski imperil Mexican spotted owls, but is forest work also a threat?
6-23-22 Wildfires are a part of life in the White Mountains. Here’s how Arizona towns are preparing
6-21-22 Rodeo-Chediski Fire scarred Arizona forests. How have they changed in the past 20 years?
6-21-22 How thinning dense Arizona forests could prevent another megafire and protect water sources
6-9-22 Indy Public Library launches 2022 Summer Reading Program
6-7-22 Firefighting foam is toxic. Indiana launches new program to safely get rid of it
6-6-22 The Indianapolis Public Library Launches 2022 Summer Reading Program
6-5-22 How these groups are rescuing saguaro cactuses and restoring a wildfire burn scar
6-4-22 The Trust featured on Pet Pals TV
6-3-22 Summer discounts in June at Arizona Humane Society campus
6-2-22 The Indianapolis Public Library 2022 Summer Reading Program: Camp Read S’more
6-1-22 A Legacy of Compassion: Celebrating 20 Years of AHS’ South Mountain Campus!
6-1-22 20 years and 90,000 pet adoptions at AHS Nina Mason Pulliam South Mountain Campus
5-31-22 Scrub Hub: Are ticks across Indiana getting worse? Should Hoosiers be worried?
5-26-22 Indiana utility delays plan to retire coal units as feds investigate solar tariff claims
5-26-22 Why a federal agency can’t stop this copper mining project from polluting Arizona streams
5-24-22 Indy’s Black Mountain reduced to foothill as city begins considering redevelopment plans
5-24-22 Profiling the “paws-itive” mission of the Pulliam Charitable Trust
5-21-22 Rocky Ripple Board votes to move forward with flood plans that would demolish a dozen homes
5-12-22 Indianapolis among ‘front-runner cities’ in World Health Organization climate change project
5-10-22 Report: Indiana utilities shut off electricity to Hoosiers 265,000 times during pandemic
5-10-22 Arizona Humane Society gets $50K grant to help pet owners in need
5-10-22 AHS announces $50,000 grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
5-10-22 Arizona Humane Society gets $50K grant to help pet owners in need
5-9-22 AHS announces $50,000 grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
5-9-22 Report: Indiana utilities shut off electricity to Hoosiers 265,000 times during pandemic
5-9-22 Report: Indiana utilities shut off electricity to Hoosiers 265,000 times during pandemic
5-7-22 Colorado River drought may be the ‘new normal’ and living with it will be costly, leaders say
5-6-22 Indiana University forms committee to develop climate action plan, students want commitments
5-3-22 Scrub Hub: Is climate change making Indianapolis’ pothole problems even worse?
5-2-22 Campfires spark environmental discussions
5-1-22 Volunteers cleaned up!
4-28-22 Indianapolis pediatrician working to boost sustainability, food safety in school cafeterias
4-25-22 How nature itself could help quash the quagga mussel invasion on the Colorado River
4-24-22 ‘We have time’: Activists, elected leaders call for climate action at Earth Day rally at Arizona Capitol
4-22-22 Relative of Indiana’s former ‘Caviar King’ to pay $70,000 in paddlefish poaching case
4-21-22 Looking for an environmentally friendly way to recycle electronics? There’s an option Saturday
4-21-22 Congressman seeks shade grants to fight urban heat and climate change
4-20-22 IMS pauses balloon release at Indy 500, partially due to environmental concerns
4-20-22 Indiana one of most polluted states. New report says legislature gets a D+ on green bills.
4-20-22 5 species the Indiana Department of Natural Resources has worked to restore
4-20-22 EPA says it will emphasize environmental justice, community engagement to promote equity
4-20-22 Spring ritual: Hoosiers heading out in search of morel mushrooms, a revered natural treat
4-19-22 Scrub Hub: Here’s a history of Earth Day and ways can participate beyond one day a year
4-19-22 Campfires: Blue River Paddle (Corydon)
4-19-22 Advocacy group asks Southwest to ‘amp up the urgency’ on protecting Colorado River water
4-19-22 Indiana one of most polluted states. New report says legislature gets a D+ on green bills.
4-18-22 ‘Logs speak to us’: Trees removed from Newfields get new life as furniture, cheese boards
4-18-22 ‘Life and death infrastructure’: Volunteers plant trees for a new Phoenix ‘cool corridor’
4-16-22 Conservation groups poised to sue feds over riparian habitat loss from cattle grazing
4-15-22 Federal agency outlines a plan to curb illegal killings of imperiled Mexican gray wolf
4-13-22 Egg prices skyrocket as bird flu outbreak hits Indiana, more than half of the country
4-13-22 AHS & Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust commemorate 20-year anniversary
4-13-22 CAMPFIRES: WHITE RIVER FLOAT
4-13-22 CAMPFIRES: BLATCHLEY NATURE STUDY CLUB
4-12-22 AHS & Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Celebrate 20 Transformative Years
4-12-22 Judge weighs in on largest logging, burn project ever proposed for Hoosier National Forest
4-12-22 AHS & Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Celebrate 20 Transformative Years
4-12-22 AHS & Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Celebrate 20 Transformative Years
4-11-22 Georgeanna Smith Wade and Justin Wade operate React, which was formerly Young Actors Theatre. (Photo courtesy of Georgeanna Smith Wade)
4-9-22 HGTV show ‘Good Bones’ reaches settlement for alleged violations of federal lead paint law
4-9-22 Campfires: Blue River Paddle (Corydon)
4-7-22 Campfires: Grand Calumet River Conservation Area (Hammond)
4-7-22 Campfires: Grand Calumet River Conservation Area (Hammond)
4-6-22 Campfires: Blatchley Nature Study Club (Noblesville)
4-6-22 Campfires: White River Float (Indianapolis)
4-6-22 Scrub Hub: Am I mulching the wrong way? Am I killing my trees with volcano mulch?
4-4-22 Indianapolis’ urban forests worth $258 million. But they are disappearing to development.
4-2-22 IndyStar awards $120K to groups serving vulnerable Central Indiana youth and families
3-31-22 Feds count a record number of wild Mexican gray wolves, but advocates want to see more
3-31-22 Feds count a record number of wild Mexican gray wolves, but advocates want to see more
3-31-22 Federal agency counts record number of Mexican gray wolves
3-30-22 An Indiana species might be added to the endangered list, and it looks like bird poop
3-29-22 5 Plants and Animals DNR Restoration Works
3-28-22 After a golf course closes, neighbors raise the money to preserve the open space
3-28-22 After a golf course closes, neighbors raise the money to preserve the open space
3-25-22 Pogue’s Run Kite Day & Neighborhood Clean-up
3-24-22 Republic offers environment reporting fellowships through Pulliam Trust grant
3-23-22 Ryan Hammons Chief Financial Officer at Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
3-23-22 USDA grants may help Indiana farmers move on from foreign fertilizer, spur U.S. production
3-22-22 Scrub Hub: Why are utility companies cutting the trees on my street?
3-22-22 Here are the winners of Environmental Excellence Awards
3-22-22 Drought expected to continue in Arizona
3-21-22 Reporting sick or injured wildlife in Indiana: 5 things to know
3-21-22 Songbird rehabbers, researchers still working to get to bottom of mysterious illness
3-21-22 Season for Sharing’s legacy of giving continues this year, thanks to donors
3-20-22 Arizona Forward’s 40th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards Celebrates Sustainability in Arizona
3-20-22 Season for Sharing: Annual campaign raises nearly $1.8 million for 164 Arizona nonprofits
3-20-22 Arizona Forward’s 40th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards Celebrates Sustainability in Arizona
3-20-22 Arizona Forward’s 40th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards Celebrates Sustainability in Arizona
3-20-22 Arizona Forward’s 40th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards Celebrates Sustainability in Arizona
3-20-22 Season for Sharing: Annual campaign raises nearly $1.8 million for 164 Arizona nonprofits
3-20-22 Season for Sharing’s legacy of giving continues this year, thanks to donors
3-19-22 Arizona drought conditions are expected to worsen through the spring, forecast says
3-19-22 Walmart fire leaves lingering air, water quality questions. Officials share safety tips.
3-18-22 UPDATE: Walmart fire triggers air quality advisory, state warns of touching toxic debris
3-17-22 New report finds Indiana has the most dirty waterways in U.S. Agriculture is main culprit.
3-17-22 Lake Powell’s water levels dip to new low, triggering worries about power production
3-15-22 Indiana communities are looking up to trees to reduce the impact felt from climate change
3-14-22 Indiana University is partnering with cities to tackle climate change
3-14-22 Indiana University partners with cities to combat climate change
3-12-22 Indiana Supreme Court: Duke can’t make customers pay $212 million to clean up coal ash
3-11-22 New law protects Hoosier property rights, makes it harder for HOAs to say no to solar
3-11-22 NIPSCO will pay $12M to clean up coal ash in contaminated Indiana town
3-11-22 Indiana town was built on contaminated coal ash. Now, NIPSCO must pay $12M to clean it up
3-10-22 Indiana town was built on contaminated coal ash. Now, NIPSCO must pay $12M to clean it up
3-9-22 Scrub Hub: Why doesn’t Indiana have a bottle bill program like other states?
3-8-22 Trees growing at Emerson Elementary will expand the shade canopy and build community
3-8-22 Indiana farmers watch Russia-Ukraine conflict as crop, fertilizer markets remain volatile
3-7-22 Customers paying for idled AES plant. They’re also paying to buy power it should have produced
3-6-22 Eagle Valley is inactive for one year. AES customers have to pay.
3-6-22 Lawmaker wants to limit Arizona’s authority over imperiled Mexican gray wolves
3-6-22 Lawmaker wants to limit Arizona’s authority over imperiled Mexican gray wolves
3-3-22 Dry boat ramps, exposed rocks at Lake Powell reveal the cost of Colorado River drought
3-3-22 Long drought on the Colorado River shows in shrinking Lake Powell
3-3-22 Long drought on the Colorado River shows in shrinking Lake Powell
3-3-22 Life on the river attracted people to Rocky Ripple, now the water may drive out families
3-3-22 Rocky Ripple residents push back on anti-flood plan demolishing homes
3-3-22 Rocky Ripple residents push back on anti-flood plan demolishing homes
3-3-22 Rocky Ripple residents push back on anti-flood plan demolishing homes
3-1-22 Celebrating 10 years of tremendous gains for animals
3-1-22 Ryan Hammons named Trust CFO
3-1-22 Hotter summers, bigger fires, less water: How Arizona is adapting to new climate norms
3-1-22 Bill wants Indiana counties to be wind, solar friendly — but it doesn’t force them
3-1-22 Bill wants Indiana counties to be wind, solar friendly — but it doesn’t force them
3-1-22 Midwestern University provides no-cost optometry services
3-1-22 Revitalized MLK Center welcomes growing numbers of neighborhood clients
3-1-22 Bill wants Indiana counties to be wind, solar friendly — but it doesn’t force them
3-1-22 Bill wants Indiana counties to be wind, solar friendly — but it doesn’t force them
2-25-22 ASU success programs help first-generation students navigate between worlds
2-25-22 Indiana bill pushing for more legislative oversight over state agencies fails
2-23-22 Holcomb pushes back on bill creating more legislative oversight over Indiana agencies
2-22-22 Study finds big wildfires temporarily boost water supplies and flood risks
2-22-22 The pygmy owl could regain federal protection amid threats by climate change, habitat loss
2-22-22 Conservation Activists Say Proposed Mine Threatens Water on Arizona’s Celestial Islands
2-22-22 Scrub Hub: How does road salt affect the environment, and how does Indy reduce harm?
2-22-22 Study finds big wildfires temporarily boost water supplies and flood risks
2-22-22 Study finds big wildfires temporarily boost water supplies and flood risks
2-22-22 Study finds big wildfires temporarily boost water supplies and flood risks
2-22-22 Study finds growing link in wildfires and water in the West
2-20-22 At shrinking Lake Mead, a new coalition says status quo on Colorado River is failing
2-19-22 SEJ seeking journalism award entries
2-18-22 Bird flu hits third Indiana farm: More than 103,000 turkeys now killed because of virus
2-18-22 Over 103,000 turkeys killed as bird flu outbreak spreads in Indiana
2-17-22 This military program aims to protect land. Millions of Indiana acres are involved.
2-17-22 More than 103,000 turkeys were killed when the outbreak of bird flu spread in Indiana
2-17-22 Indiana outbreak of bird flu grows, an additional 26,000 turkeys to be killed from virus
2-15-22 Indy Summer Youth Programs
2-15-22 A bird flu outbreak in Indiana found a deadly virus on a second farm
2-15-22 Indiana steelmaker has to pay $3 million for cyanide spill that killed thousands of fish
2-11-22 Riverwalk
2-11-22 Bird flu found on poultry farm in Indiana, nearly 30,000 turkeys killed to contain spread
2-10-22 Sandhill cranes flock to southern Arizona, giving nature buffs a ‘magnificent sight’
2-10-22 Groundwater, electric school buses are among the environmental issues at the Legislature
2-8-22 Sonoran desert tortoises face threats, but feds won’t list the species as threatened
2-7-22 New lightning records reveal nature’s power and technology’s advances
2-7-22 New lightning records reveal nature’s power and technology’s advances
2-7-22 New lightning records reveal power of nature and new advances in monitoring technology
2-7-22 New lightning records reveal power of nature and new advances in monitoring technology – The Arizona Republic
2-7-22 New electricity records reveal the power of nature and the advancement of technology
2-2-22 Severe winter weather is on the way: Tips to prevent frozen pipes, safely heat your home
2-1-22 Indiana bill targets banks that divest from fossil fuels, says they can’t do business here
2-1-22 The surprising Indiana origins of the Pentagon, Empire State Building and more landmarks
1-31-22 Tucson digs in against Rosemont copper mine in a dispute over a water storage project
1-30-22 Azcentral.com is changing: Here’s what you need to know
1-29-22 As Arizona updates hunting guidelines, conservation groups focus on native predators
1-29-22 Connecting community through a shared vision of the White River
1-27-22 Trust seeking grants administration associate
1-25-22 Scrub Hub: Is Indiana in the middle of a snow drought? (Yes, I know it just snowed)
1-24-22 A bill would pave the way for nuclear power in Indiana — at a cost to consumers
1-24-22 Indiana students demand action on climate change. Lawmakers respond with hard ‘no.’
1-24-22 Thank you, helpers: How much IndyStar readers gave for Hoosier youth in Season for Sharing
1-20-22 Arizona Humane Society gets $75K grant to help prepare animals for adoption
1-19-22 Biden administration announces 10-year, $3 billion push to tackle growing wildfire threat
1-17-22 Eiteljorg Museum will show Native American art in new way
1-17-22 The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Supports Girl Scouts’ Outdoor Programs with $125,000 Grant
1-15-22 State company, Boy Scouts recycle Christmas timber as fish habitat
1-15-22 Eiteljorg Museum will show Native American art in new way
1-15-22 Christmas trees are recycled as habitat for fish in Saguaro Lake
1-14-22 Mountain lion encounters are rare, but if you encounter one, here are 5 ways to stay safe
1-13-22 CenterPoint wants to spend $900M on 2 natural gas plants that will run 10% of the time
1-12-22 Central Indiana attractions offering free admission for MLK Day
1-12-22 Indiana has the most toxic coal ash pits. The EPA says it’s time to clean them up
1-11-22 Indiana has the most toxic coal ash pits. The EPA says it’s time to clean them up
1-11-22 Scrub Hub: Why can’t we ban plastic bags in Indiana?
1-11-22 Scrub Hub: Why can’t we ban plastic bags in Indiana?
1-8-22 Colorado River forecast improves with early snow, but the outlook could still change
1-8-22 Anubis, the wandering Mexican gray wolf, is shot and killed near Flagstaff
1-8-22 Anubis, a Mexican gray wolf, is shot dead near Flagstaff
1-6-22 Arizona ranks 45th in children reading comprehension
1-5-22 Trust seeking senior program officer in Phoenix
1-4-22 It will cost more to hunt, fish and trap in Indiana starting this year
1-4-22 It will cost more to hunt, fish and trap in Indiana starting this year
1-4-22 It will cost more to hunt, fish and trap in Indiana starting this year
1-3-22 New Year’s resolutions: How Hoosiers hope to live a more sustainable lifestyle this year

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12-9-21 Dayspring Center helps families, essential workers fight homelessness
12-9-21 Girl Scout–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council Announces Grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
12-8-21 Indiana to get $127 million to help clean up lead and other water projects across state
12-8-21 Do you still have bags of leaves? Here’s where to take them now that leaf season is over
12-7-21 Season for Sharing: Center for Leadership Development wants to help more Indianapolis youth
12-7-21 How shade trees and cool roofs can slow the billion-dollar drain of urban heat in Phoenix
12-6-21 Season for Sharing: Center for Leadership Development wants to help more Indianapolis youth
12-2-21 Outreach Indiana helps homeless teens, young adults
12-1-21 AZ Humane Society breaks ground on innovative animal shelter
12-1-21 Indiana’s environmental leader Bruno Pigott leaving IDEM for post at EPA
11-30-21 Scrub Hub: Why doesn’t Indiana have a car emissions inspection program?
11-29-21 Assistance League of Phoenix announces grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
11-29-21 Assistance League of Phoenix announces grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
11-28-21 Season for Sharing: Amid pandemic, Westminster Neighborhood Services extends its reach
11-26-21 5 reasons to support Season for Sharing — and support Arizonans in need
11-25-21 The application is live for 2021 Season for Sharing grants. Here’s what you need to know.
11-25-21 Life is hard. Let’s work together this Season for Sharing to make it better.
11-25-21 5 reasons to support Season for Sharing — and support Arizonans in need
11-25-21 Life is hard. Let’s work together this Season for Sharing to make it better.
11-25-21 Season for Sharing: You Yes You! Project connects children
11-22-21 United Way of Central Indiana launches annual Winter Assistance Fund
11-22-21 Utility assistance programs offer relief as home heating costs surge
11-20-21 With cutbacks imminent, Arizona and other states scramble to save Colorado River water
11-18-21 How many solar panels do I need? Does solar really save me money? Your questions answered
11-16-21 Second-year for Cover Crop Premium Discount Program available in Upper White River Region counties
11-15-21 Tires, VHS tapes, old TVs: What Hoosiers said are the most difficult items to recycle
11-14-21 Season for Sharing helps Arizona nonprofits help our neighbors in need
11-14-21 Nonprofit spotlight: Phoenix group uses art to build resilience in children affected by trauma
11-14-21 Season for Sharing helps Arizona nonprofits help our neighbors in need
11-14-21 Nonprofit spotlight: Phoenix group uses art to build resilience in children affected by trauma
11-12-21 A humane transformation in Papago Park
11-12-21 A humane transformation in Papago Park
11-11-21 DONATE HERE: Four ways to give to this year’s Season for Sharing
11-10-21 What are the most difficult items to recycle in Indianapolis? You tell us!
11-10-21 Indiana to be home to US’ largest solar farm, 1,000 times the size of a football stadium
11-9-21 Indiana to be home to US’ largest solar farm, 1,000 times the size of a football stadium
11-9-21 La Granja Solar Más Grande de Estados Unidos Llega a Indiana
11-7-21 Arizona Humane Society breaks ground on Papago Park Campus
11-4-21 Arizona Humane Society breaks ground on massive state-of-the-art facility in Phoenix
11-3-21 Ascend Indiana enhances Network job platform in preparation for statewide expansion, raises more than $23 million
11-3-21 Letter: Congratulations to former editor
10-31-21 Phoenix leaders Kate Gallego and Yassamin Ansari to attend COP26
10-21-21 ProPublica Wins Top Prize From Society of Environmental Journalists
10-21-21 ProPublica and The New York Times Magazine win Nina Mason Pulliam Award for Outstanding Environmental Reporting
10-20-21 Announcing the winner of the 2021 Nina Mason Pulliam Award for Outstanding Environmental Reporting
10-15-21 White Tank Mountains Regional Connectivity Initiative Speaker Series
10-15-21 Conservancy launches StoryMap and speaker series
10-10-21 As application deadline approaches, do you qualify for a Season for Sharing grant
9-30-21 A Little Due Diligence Goes a Long Way to Avoid Triggering Taxable Expenditures
9-24-21 Arizona Helping Hands gets $100K grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
9-24-21 Arizona Helping Hands gets $100K grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
9-23-21 Arizona Helping Hands receives $100K grant
9-22-21 Arizona Helping Hands Receives $100,000 Grant From The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
9-3-21 Brand and website for White River to launch this fall
9-3-21 Unified brand, new website for White River launching this fall
9-2-21 Smith: The African American Legacy Fund of Indianapolis
8-31-21 Songbird deaths: Cicadas? 5G? COVID? 9 questions answered about the fatal mystery illness
8-31-21 Songbird deaths: Cicadas? 5G? COVID? 9 questions answered about the fatal mystery illness
8-24-21 Indiana Land Protection Alliance receives grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
8-23-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-23-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-23-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-23-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-23-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-23-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-23-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-23-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-22-21 Indy-based nonprofit receives grants to open family resource center for kids who are visually impaired
8-11-21 Center for Women and Children opens in Indy
8-10-21 As fatal songbird illness abates, Vanderburgh County gets OK to put bird feeders back out
8-9-21 Hoosiers in 76 counties can feed birds again, DNR says. But Clark, Floyd not among them
8-4-21 Invasive poison hemlock spreading to parks, backyard gardens
8-3-21 Toxic invasive poison hemlock is spreading into US parks and backyard gardens
8-3-21 Toxic invasive poison hemlock is spreading into US parks and backyard gardens
8-3-21 Toxic invasive poison hemlock is spreading into US parks and backyard gardens
8-1-21 Republic-supported Summer Youth Program Fund helps everyone enjoy season’s camps
7-30-21 United Way: How It Started. How It’s Going.
7-20-21 Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS) receives two significant grants
7-18-21 Sick and dying songbirds now found in 69 counties across Indiana; cause still unknown
7-18-21 Sick and dying songbirds now found in 69 counties across Indiana; cause still unknown
7-1-21 Banner Olive Branch Senior Center pivots quickly to feed low-income seniors during pandemic
6-29-21 NASA-funded research makes use of International Space Station to foretell wildfire results
6-26-21 New GOP-only caucus explicitly acknowledges climate change, but keeps fossil fuels on its list of solutions
6-25-21 New GOP-only caucus explicitly acknowledges climate change, but keeps fossil fuels on its list of solutions
6-25-21 New GOP-only caucus explicitly acknowledges climate change, but keeps fossil fuels on its list of solutions
6-25-21 New GOP-only caucus explicitly acknowledges climate change, but keeps fossil fuels on its list of solutions
6-25-21 New GOP-only caucus explicitly acknowledges climate change, but keeps fossil fuels on its list of solutions
6-23-21 Cardinals, robins, other songbirds are sick and dying in 5 counties. Here’s what to know.
6-15-21 Canyon Views Spring Summer 2021 | Vol. 28 No.1
6-15-21 IUPUI initiative to offer free, anonymous lead testing: Here’s what you need to know
6-15-21 Scrub Hub: Monarch butterflies are in trouble, but Hoosiers can help them survive
6-15-21 Scrub Hub: Monarch butterflies are in trouble, but Hoosiers can help them survive
6-15-21 Scrub Hub: Monarch butterflies are in trouble, but Hoosiers can help them survive
6-15-21 Scrub Hub: Monarch butterflies are in trouble, but Hoosiers can help them survive
6-14-21 Funding roundup
6-12-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to lowest water level since Hoover Dam’s construction in 1930s
6-11-21 White River Vision Plan
6-10-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to lowest water level since Hoover Dam’s construction in 1930s
6-10-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to lowest water level since Hoover Dam’s construction in 1930s
6-10-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to lowest water level since Hoover Dam’s construction in 1930s
6-10-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to lowest water level since Hoover Dam’s construction in 1930s
6-10-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to lowest water level since Hoover Dam’s construction in 1930s
6-10-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to lowest water level since Hoover Dam’s construction in 1930s
6-10-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to record-low level, a milestone in Colorado River’s crisis
6-10-21 ‘Red alert’: Lake Mead falls to lowest water level since Hoover Dam’s construction in 1930s
6-10-21 Is your dog snacking on cicadas? Here’s how to keep them safe until the insects disappear
6-10-21 Is your dog snacking on cicadas? Here’s how to keep them safe until the insects disappear
6-8-21 Hoover Dam, a symbol of the modern West, faces an epic water shortage
6-7-21 Hoover Dam, a symbol of the modern West, faces an epic water shortage
6-7-21 Hoover Dam, a symbol of the modern West, faces an epic water shortage
6-7-21 Hoover Dam, a symbol of the modern West, faces an epic water shortage
5-31-21 Legal Assistance and COVID-19 Resources
5-29-21 Navajo Nation prepares as border states battle chronic wasting disease
5-28-21 Cicadas have existed for more than 5 million years. Now, humans threaten their future.
5-28-21 Cicadas have existed for more than 5 million years. Now, humans threaten their future.
5-27-21 Hoover Dam, symbol of the modern West, faces a new test with an epic water shortage
5-27-21 Cicadas have existed for more than 5 million years. Now, humans threaten their future
5-27-21 Will cicadas survive threats from climate change and deforestation?
5-27-21 Cicadas have existed for more than 5 million years. Now, humans threaten their future.
5-27-21 Epic drought tests Hoover Dam as water levels in Lake Mead plummet
5-21-21 A Senior Retreat’s Summer Scholarship Application
5-18-21 Indianapolis Public Library Kicks off 2021 Summer Reading Program
5-14-21 A Senior Retreat receives COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund grant
5-5-21 Being a role model for kids motivates father to get math degree
5-3-21 Holcomb vetoes Indiana bill on ethanol labels at gas stations, calls it ‘unnecessary’
4-29-21 No, they won’t bite: Here are 7 common myths about cicadas debunked
4-28-21 Scientists find many wells at risk of running dry around the world
4-28-21 Millions of cicadas are coming to parts of the US. Here’s how you can help track them.
4-28-21 Millions of cicadas are coming to parts of the US. Here’s how you can help track them.
4-27-21 Hear Arizona Podcasts Tackle State’s Teacher Shortage
4-27-21 U.S. Senate confirms Hoosier Janet McCabe to be Deputy Administrator in Biden’s EPA
4-27-21 Millions of cicadas are coming to parts of the US. Here’s how you can help track them.
4-27-21 Millions of cicadas are coming to parts of the US. Here’s how you can help track them.
4-27-21 Millions of cicadas are coming to parts of the US. Here’s how you can help track them.
4-26-21 Sus árboles pueden estar en riesgo por las cigarras. He aquí cómo protegerlos.
4-26-21 Nearly 60 Acres on Verde River Added to the Coconino National Forest
4-15-21 ‘Like a hostage negotiation’: Indiana bill on renewable energy standards dies after pushback
4-13-21 Will The Arts Return?
4-13-21 No, they won’t bite: Debunking 8 common myths about cicadas and the incoming Brood X
4-4-21 The story of Wilma Rudolph
4-2-21 After local pushback, bill on wind, solar standards takes a ‘180 degree turn’
3-25-21 March Madness uses enough energy to power 2,000 homes for a month. But this year, it’s carbon neutral.
3-25-21 The NCAA match is a carbon impartial occasion in Indianapolis this year
3-25-21 Low-income and Latino neighborhoods endure more extreme heat in the Southwest, study shows
3-24-21 Poor And Latino Neighborhoods Endure Hotter Temperatures, Examine Finds
3-22-21 Legacy Fund awards $150K in grants
3-22-21 African American Legacy Fund, IndyStar award $150K to groups serving Black and brown youth
3-21-21 Republic readers, others donate $2.1 million to Season for Sharing to support 176 Arizona nonprofits
3-16-21 Here are 5 of the most harmful invasive animals and insects wreaking havoc in Indiana
3-15-21 Grants Awarded To Animal Welfare Organizations
3-12-21 Humane Society of Hamilton County gets grant assistance
3-12-21 Beanblossom Bottoms Nature Preserve
3-12-21 Humane Society of Hamilton County gets grant assistance
3-4-21 Springtime brings many opportunities to improve our waterways
3-4-21 Springtime brings many opportunities to improve our waterways
3-3-21 Republic offers environment reporting fellowships through Pulliam Trust grant
3-2-21 Republic offers environment reporting fellowships through Pulliam Trust grant
3-1-21 House environmental committee a no-show despite Indiana being one of U.S.’ most polluted
3-1-21 House environmental committee a no-show despite Indiana being one of U.S.’ most polluted
2-25-21 Spay. Neuter. COVID?
2-17-21 If we want to keep Arizona’s endangered rivers flowing, this water law must change
2-15-21 South Bend legislators push state bills to regulate toxic ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water
2-11-21 New aid for struggling Arizona renters, landlords is here: How to apply for help
2-10-21 Animal welfare group blasts hunt that it says killed roughly 60 coyotes in Indiana
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-4-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-3-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentives Announced for Upper White Region
2-2-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program announced for Upper White Region counties
2-1-21 Upper White River crop insurance program unveiled
2-1-21 Upper White River Crop Insurance Program Unveiled
2-1-21 Cover Crop Insurance Incentive Program
1-28-21 Conner Prairie and new trails along White River
1-28-21 With a great crisis comes a great need’: Donation deadline for Season for Sharing coming Sunday
1-28-21 Donations to Watts College during Campaign ASU 2020 total about $70 million, surpassing goal of $60 million
1-27-21 In Five – Arizona: Changing lives through higher education
1-27-21 In Five – Indiana: COVID-19 relief bill benefits nonprofits and their clients
1-27-21 Aster Aging Inc. has helped older and disabled people in the East Valley since 1979
1-27-21 Trust bids farewell to Senior Program Officer Robert Berger
1-25-21 Season for Sharing raises $150K to support Central Indiana’s Black and brown youth
1-24-21 ‘No wrong way to be queer’: Phoenix nonprofit One n Ten empowers LGBTQ+ youth
1-22-21 Jason Andrews Seed Fund
1-22-21 Trail cam captures Oliver’s Woods night life
1-20-21 Since 1981, Chrysalis has helped people in Phoenix area overcome domestic abuse
1-20-21 New Big Hackberry Nature Trail takes shape with Waterway collaborations
1-18-21 ‘The science is real’: Coastal experts hope Biden will partner to combat sea level rise
1-18-21 Biden’s administration could affect Oklahoma’s energy industry in surprising ways
1-17-21 Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity renovates homes for older Arizonans, veterans
1-16-21 Offshore wind stagnated under Trump, but Biden policies could create a wind energy boom
1-12-21 Children’s Action Alliance advocates for Arizona’s 1.6 million children
1-10-21 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley helps kids with remote learning during COVID-19
1-6-21 One-n-ten founded emergency COVID-19 relief fund for LGBTQ youth in metro Phoenix
1-3-21 New Year’s resolution to start volunteering? Arizona nonprofits need help despite pandemic
12-31-20 Season for Sharing: Academy for Girls seeks to empower more Black girls in Indianapolis
12-30-20 Kitchen on the Street gives 2,000 kids food for the weekends
12-29-20 If you choose to fly, here’s how you can do It in a greener way
12-29-20 Boys II Men mentoring program helps young men find purpose in school and success in life
12-28-20 A hopeful outlook on the new year
12-27-20 From shelters to blood donations, American Red Cross pivoted to help Arizonans in pandemic
12-26-20 In a divisive year, the news reminds us how much we have in common
12-24-20 Season for Sharing: After tragedy, We LIVE looks to restart with expanded mission
12-23-20 In a divisive year, the news reminds us how much we have in common
12-23-20 At Christmas, let’s count our blessings and help those who are struggling
12-23-20 Midwestern University receives $100,000 grant for vision services
12-20-20 Season for Sharing: Flanner House finds new ways to meet the needs of Black communities
12-20-20 With domestic violence up in pandemic, support for nonprofits helping victims is crucial
12-20-20 Midwestern University Receives $100,000 Grant for Vision Medical Assistance Program
12-19-20 The 2021 SEJ Awards Program will open January 15.
12-17-20 MWU receives grant for vision program
12-17-20 Season for Sharing: 100 Black Men of Indianapolis seeks to nurture successful Black youth
12-16-20 Paz de Cristo helped 16,000 experiencing hunger, homelessness in Mesa area last year
12-14-20 Midwestern receives $100K grant for vision medical assistance program
12-14-20 #MondayMemories looks back at our 25th Anniversary (Part Six)
12-13-20 There are 7,419 homeless people in metro Phoenix. Here’s the best way to help them
12-13-20 Season for Sharing: Kheprw Institute works to build community wealth, develop leadership
12-10-20 Midwestern University Receives $100,000 Grant for Vision Medical Assistance Program
12-10-20 Season for Sharing: Far Eastside Community Council advocates for residents
12-9-20 Sojourner Center shelters more than 1,000 domestic violence victims a year
12-6-20 Season for Sharing: Inner Beauty provides character building with pageant, mentorship
12-6-20 Nonprofits help Valley seniors address food insecurity, social isolation amid COVID-19
12-3-20 Season for Sharing: Bloom Project encourages young men of color to set life goals early
12-2-20 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona mentors 1,600 kids a year. Your donations help
11-29-20 A community of hope’: Phoenix Children’s Chorus is back, with hula hoops and masks
11-29-20 Season for Sharing: Madam Walker Legacy Center promotes arts and entrepreneurship
11-25-20 Arizona Helping Hands gives essentials to kids in foster care. Your donations help
11-25-20 IndyStar executive editor: In this Season for Sharing, we’re focused on fighting systemic inequities
11-22-20 St. Mary’s Food Bank is still seeing record demand for food, and holidays are coming
11-20-20 Indiana’s energy future: Report praises renewables but doesn’t rule out fossil fuels
11-18-20 Benevilla helps 10,000 older adults in the West Valley each year. Here’s how
11-17-20 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announces Adoption Excellence Award recipients
11-15-20 Season for Sharing kicks off 27th year of fundraising for Arizona nonprofits. Here’s how to donate
11-5-20 Arizona voters want more federal action on environment, ASU poll says
11-4-20 Just before the election, poll on climate change suggests Arizona voters want more federal action
11-3-20 Here’s how to donate to 2020’s Season for Sharing
11-3-20 Just before the election, poll on climate change suggests Arizona voters want more federal action
11-3-20 Just before the election, poll on climate change suggests Arizona voters want more federal action
11-3-20 Arizona voters want more federal action on environment, ASU poll says
11-3-20 Arizona voters want more federal action on environment, ASU poll says
11-3-20 Just before the election, poll on climate change suggests Arizona voters want more federal action
11-2-20 Arizona voters want more federal action on environment, ASU poll says
11-2-20 Just before the election, poll on climate change suggests Arizona voters want more federal action
10-29-20 Trump’s EPA rewrote the rules on air, water energy. Now voters face a choice on climate change issues
10-15-20 Concern for climate?
10-15-20 Discovering the Riverwalk all over again
10-8-20 Hoosier voters rank environment among top three priorities for governor, legislature
10-7-20 84 Acres on Verde River Added to the Prescott National Forest
10-5-20 84 Acres on Verde River Added to the Prescott National Forest
9-30-20 Announcing the winner of the 2020 Nina Mason Pulliam Award for Outstanding Environmental Reporting
9-29-20 Trump, Biden bicker in first presidential debate full of personal insults
9-25-20 A small but passionate crowd joins global climate strike to call for environmental justice
9-24-20 White Tank Mountains Conservancy awarded $50,000 connectivity grant
9-23-20 Indiana Senator Mike Braun Discussed Bipartisan Climate Solutions with Young Leaders in the State
9-23-20 Indiana Senator Mike Braun Discusses Bipartisan Climate Solutions with Young Leaders in the State
9-21-20 Op-ed: Arizonans are growing more concerned about climate change, and for good reason
9-21-20 Op-ed: Environment, political action are priorities for Indiana voters, poll finds
9-20-20 Most People In Arizona Want Government To Act On Climate Change, Poll Finds
9-20-20 Climate issues confront Arizona, but aren’t always raised in McSally-Kelly Senate race
9-20-20 Climate issues confront Arizona, but aren’t always raised in McSally-Kelly Senate race
9-18-20 New poll shows Hoosiers prioritize the environment over the economy, even among Republicans
9-18-20 Op-ed: Environment, political action are priorities for Indiana voters, poll finds
9-17-20 Arizonans rank protecting the environment among top three priorities for governor, legislature
9-17-20 72% of Hoosiers: protect environment before economic growth
9-16-20 Efforts to sustain Verde River get a boost with $1.2 million grant
9-8-20 Pulliam Trust puts another $1.2M behind improving your water
9-8-20 Pulliam Trust Puts Another $1.2M Behind Improving Your Water
9-5-20 Pop-up exhibit comes to Noblesville
9-4-20 Retired general: Climate Change is a Threat to National Security, Military Readiness
9-3-20 Indy Public Library patrons log 97,209 hours of reading for summer program
9-1-20 Great Impact: Funding Businesses and Nonprofits to Sustain Our Economy
8-31-20 In Phoenix’s hottest neighborhoods, a ground-level search for ideas to tame extreme heat
8-27-20 In Phoenix, rising temperatures day and night kill more people each year
8-27-20 In Phoenix, rising temperatures day and night kill more people each year
8-22-20 Phoenix will feel the heat at extreme levels more often in the coming years, study says
8-20-20 Pulliam Trust Donates to Lost Our Home Pet Rescue
8-13-20 IndyPL’s 2020 Summer Readers Log 97,000 Hours of Reading!
8-12-20 Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Provides Essential Covid-19 Relief
8-11-20 Scrub Hub: What is Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett’s record on sustainability?
8-11-20 Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Donates $15,000 to Lost Our Home Pet Rescue COVID-19 Relief Efforts
8-9-20 Grant to support Republic’s mission to cover affordable housing, homelessness
8-6-20 United Way awards more than $1.7 million to organizations in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks and Morgan counties to help meet needs affected by pandemic
8-6-20 United Way awards more than $1.7 million to organizations in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks and Morgan Counites to help meet needs affected by pandemic
8-5-20 Coburn Place Announces Grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
8-5-20 Letter from U.S. Philanthropy Leaders – Completion date of the 2020 Decennial Census
8-5-20 White River Vision Plan gets key grant to further river presence in Hamilton County
8-5-20 Pulliam grant to strengthen legal advocacy for foster kid
8-1-20 Glen Canyon Dam may release more water to cope with COVID electricity needs
7-31-20 United Way of Central Indiana holds Annual Celebration on the big screen with Unite at the Drive-In
7-31-20 United Way of Central Indiana holds Annual Celebration on the big screen with Unite at the Drive-In
7-30-20 United Way of Central Indiana’s 2019 – 2020 Annual Report
7-30-20 Make Sure the Pieces in Your Environment Promote Well-Being
7-30-20 LEAD (Local Entrepreneur & Artist Direct) Support Fund Offers $500 Emergency Grants
7-30-20 Through Hardship there is Hope | C-CERF Testimonial
7-29-20 White River Vision Plan receives $275K grant
7-29-20 Local groups and state agency appeal Duke rate case, which will raise bills by $15 each month
7-28-20 Back to School Clothing Drive ramps up for another year
7-24-20 Alternatives to Surrendering Your Pet
7-23-20 Back to School Clothing Drive adapts for unique year
7-23-20 Back to School Clothing Drive adapts for 2020-21 year
7-21-20 Back to School Clothing Drive Adapts Distribution — Donations Still Needed
7-21-20 New $250,000 Grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
7-19-20 ‘A magical solution’: Solar developers planting flowers that could help save butterflies and bees
7-17-20 Back To School Clothing Drive Adapts To COVID Challenges: Drive-By Distributions, Direct Delivery To Schools
7-15-20 Third annual Indiana Water Summit goes virtual, presents strategies for water protection and local management
7-15-20 Grant Partner Highlight
7-12-20 Spring Prioritization Tool
7-7-20 Environmental groups seek DNR policy review after racist incident at lake
7-2-20 IndyPL’s 2020 Summer Reading Program Continues Through August 1!
7-1-20 Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund grants $3.9 million in final round to Marion County non-profit organizations
6-30-20 Frontdoors Media: Social Worker Joins Arizona Humane Society’s Pet Resource Center
6-29-20 Utility commission extends moratorium on disconnections by six more weeks
6-29-20 New White River canoe launch
6-29-20 State approves $146 million rate increase for Duke Energy, but 60% less than what it wanted
6-25-20 IndyHumane expands medical services
6-25-20 IndyHumane Expands Medical Services
6-24-20 Medical services for animals
6-24-20 Social Worker Joins Arizona Humane Society’s Pet Resource Center
6-23-20 IndyHumane Increases Medical Services for Animals in Need Thanks to Grants
6-12-20 TechPoint Foundation for Youth names the STEM Connection 2020 Bridge Builder Award and kicks off annual fundraising drive
6-11-20 Bridge Builder Award announced for TechPoint’s Mira Awards
6-11-20 Bridge Builder Award announced for TechPoint’s Mira Awards
6-11-20 TechPoint Foundation For Youth Names STEM Connection 2020 Bridge Builder Award And Kicks Off Annual Fundraising Drive
6-10-20 Commission investigating the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on utilities, ratepayers
6-5-20 TIMELY HELP: Endowment grants total $230,000 for nonprofits
5-29-20 Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Awards $150,000 Grant to Bridge the Gap for Pet Owners in Crisis
5-29-20 Not a return to normal
5-28-20 Indianapolis Public Library begins 2020 Summer Reading Program
5-28-20 Recycling contamination up 40% in Marion County as Hoosiers make more waste at home
5-27-20 THIS JUST IN: ‘Imagine Your Story’ is theme of Library’s 2020 Summer Reading Program
5-22-20 Private meetings spark concerns as Arizona considers rules for streams and wetlands
5-22-20 Local virus relief funds top $45M and counting
5-21-20 Imagine Your Story IndyPL’s 2020 Summer Reading Program!
5-20-20 United Way provides grants to organizations in five Central Indiana counties to help meet community needs
5-20-20 Imagine Your Story- IndyPL’s 2020 Summer Reading Program!
5-20-20 United Way provides grants to organizations in five Central Indiana counties to help meet community needs
5-19-20 Circle of Life Exhibit
5-17-20 Nearly 75 years ago, The Arizona Republic published a creed to do good. It remains today.
5-16-20 Monroe County sues over forest project’s threat to drinking water
5-14-20 United Way provides grants to organizations in five Central Indiana counties to help meet community needs
5-14-20 Thank You CICF and C-CERF For Your Donation
5-14-20 United Way provides grants to organizations in five central Indiana counties to help meet community needs
5-13-20 As wall construction continues, conservation groups fear the fate of San Pedro River
5-12-20 COVID relief fund’s third round provides $4M to Marion County groups
5-12-20 Citing coronavirus, Indiana utilities want to recover lost revenue, which could mean rate increases
5-11-20 Trends in Streamflow, Nutrients, and Total Suspended Solids in the Upper White River Basin, Indiana
5-10-20 Judge rules in favor of Nora residents in controversial development of Haverstick Woods
5-8-20 At The Republic, a new effort to explore tribal issues at the heart of the news
5-7-20 AZ Community Foundation Grows Community Response Fund
5-7-20 Arizona Community Foundation collaborates to raise nearly $8 million to help nonprofits statewide respond to COVID-19
5-7-20 Arizona Community Foundation Collaborates to Raise $8 Million to Help Nonprofits Respond to COVID-19
5-7-20 Arizona Community Foundation Collaborates to Raise $8 Million to Help Nonprofits Respond to COVID-19
5-4-20 Enjoy nature and literature through virtual programming
5-3-20 The White River: Life was once much different in what is today the posh Canal District
5-2-20 Hoosiers invited to enjoy nature and literature through virtual month-long programming amidst COVID-19 restrictions
5-2-20 Hoosiers invited to enjoy nature and literature through virtual month-long programming amidst COVID-19 restrictions
5-1-20 Hoosiers invited to enjoy nature and literature through virtual month-long programming amidst COVID-19 restrictions
5-1-20 How healthy is the Verde?
5-1-20 Hoosiers Invited to Enjoy Nature and Literature Through Virtual Month-Long Programing
5-1-20 Indiana Humanities offers virtual experiences, essays
4-30-20 EPA weakens mercury standards, which experts say could put pollution controls at risk
4-27-20 Cass County accounts for nearly half of new coronavirus cases in Indiana Monday
4-23-20 As Arizonans battle respiratory pandemic, Phoenix air quality earns poor marks
4-21-20 EPA enforcement is down while industry violations across the Midwest are up, new report says
4-16-20 Earth Day 2020: Waterways offer healing in uncertain times
4-15-20 Businesses, groups call on INDOT to stop planning highway project during coronavirus pandemic
4-15-20 Feds look to next chapter for controversial gray wolves
4-15-20 Air pollution levels ease as people stay home, but heat could reverse the trend
4-13-20 How To Volunteer And Provide Help To Local Resources
4-13-20 How Philanthropy is Responding to COVID-19 in the Southwest
4-11-20 Feds want to open or expand hunting on 4 national wildlife refuges in Arizona
4-9-20 Donors to ASU’s Bridging Success program help students overcome food insecurity
4-8-20 ACF and Valley of the Sun United Way distribute over $2 million in grants to Arizona nonprofits
4-8-20 Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund grants $4,550,000 to 32 organizations in Central Indiana
4-7-20 Working Together: RTV6 joins United Way to support Central Indiana COVID-19 relief fund
4-7-20 Economic Relief Fund Announces Second Round Of Grants
4-7-20 CENTRAL INDIANA COVID-19 COMMUNITY ECONOMIC RELIEF FUND GRANTS $4,550,000 TO 32 ORGANIZATIONS IN CENTRAL INDIANA
4-7-20 COVID-19 community relief fund awards additional $4.55M in grants
4-5-20 On vegetable farms, growers grapple with harvest demands and coronavirus risks
4-5-20 On vegetable farms, growers grapple with harvest demands and coronavirus risks
4-3-20 Lilly Endowment Awards $33.5 Million for COVID-19 Relief in Indiana
4-3-20 A hummingbird in way of a looming roofing project safely flies the nest
4-3-20 Reservoirs that supply water to Phoenix area nearly full after wet winter
4-2-20 United Way Economic Relief Fund
4-2-20 A Phoenix woman wants to save a baby hummingbird. Her HOA may not let her
4-1-20 Lilly Endowment Makes Additional Grants to Help Indiana Communities Respond to Pandemic
3-31-20 ACF and Valley of the Sun United Way partner to deliver COVID-19 grants to Arizona nonprofits
3-28-20 BBJ YMCA, Churches in Mission get funds
3-28-20 Hamilton County community organizations ‘Active in Disaster’
3-27-20 Restrictions put social-service not-for-profits to the test
3-26-20 Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund
3-26-20 BBJ YMCA, Churches in Mission get funds
3-26-20 Food and physical activity tools plus resources for child cares, schools, and you
3-24-20 $7.3M in emergency funding distributed to local organizations
3-24-20 A call to action: Philanthropy’s commitment during COVID-19
3-24-20 COVID-19 community relief fund awards more than $7.3M in grants
3-24-20 Forty-six organizations receive immediate grants from the Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund
3-24-20 Central Indiana community organizations receive grants from local COVID-19 relief fund
3-24-20 46 central Indiana community organizations get more than $7 million total in relief grants
3-21-20 Foundations Pledge Flexible Funding in Wake of COVID-19 Crisis
3-21-20 Nonprofits are Key to Meeting the Array of COVID-19 Challenges
3-21-20 The coronavirus pandemic requires cooperation. Let’s help each other, Arizona
3-20-20 Our approach to ensure stability in our most vulnerable communities during this crisis
3-19-20 Connecting with our Indy waterways
3-19-20 United Way and Community Funders Announce Economic Relief Fund
3-17-20 Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund Launched
3-17-20 Dress for Success Indianapolis announces grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
3-16-20 United Way of Central Indiana launches $16.5 million fund aimed at COVID-19 economic relief
3-13-20 Relief Fund Established To Meet Need During Economic Slowdown Caused By Virus
3-13-20 Central Indiana COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund
3-13-20 Hours cut? United Way offers money to help
3-13-20 United Way launches $16.5M fund aimed at COVID-19 economic relief
3-13-20 United Way of Central Indiana and community funders announce $16.5 Million Central Indiana COVID-19 community economic relief fund
3-8-20 Season for Sharing: $1.8 million will help kids, families and older adults throughout Arizona
2-28-20 Animal alliance offering free spay, neuter services
2-28-20 Animal alliance offering free spay, neuter services
2-28-20 Animal alliance offering free spay, neuter services
2-28-20 Animal alliance offering free spay, neuter services
2-27-20 New Report Gives Arizona’s Verde River Watershed a C+
2-26-20 FREE Spay/Neuter Weekend: February 29 – March 1, 2020
2-25-20 FREE Spay & Neuter Weekend
2-24-20 Celebrating the launch of the Verde River Watershed Report Card!
2-23-20 Verde River gets a ‘C-plus’ on group’s report card
2-21-20 Report card gives Verde River a ‘C-plus’ grade
2-19-20 Report card gives Verde River a ‘C-plus’ grade
2-19-20 Verde River Watershed Scores Overall C+ in New Report Card
2-17-20 Desert Botanical Garden, Dig it Gardens raises donations for Season for Sharing
2-15-20 Beanblosson Bottoms Nature Preserve
2-14-20 Verde River Watershed Scores Overall C+ in New Report Card
2-13-20 Indiana state employee retires at 102. It wasn’t a desk job.
2-13-20 Indiana state employee retires at 102. It wasn’t a desk job.
2-13-20 Indiana state employee retires at 102. It wasn’t a desk job.
2-12-20 President Trump’s proposed 2021 budget cuts vital grants for Indianapolis communities
2-11-20 Foster Youth Champions
2-6-20 Teaching theater helped him beat heroin. Now he’s using a play to keep kids from addiction
2-6-20 United Way kicks off winter assistance fund
2-5-20 Controversial coal bill passes off the House floor, heads to Indiana Senate
2-4-20 In Five – Indiana – Celebrating Nina Scholars’ 20th anniversary
2-4-20 In Five – Arizona – Increasing stability for children in foster care
2-3-20 Tackling Opioids through Youth Theatre
1-24-20 IPA Appoints Board Vice Chair
1-24-20 Trump rollback of clean water rules leaves many Arizona streams without protections
1-24-20 New Pathways for Youth sets $5.7M goal to help double footprint
1-23-20 Homelessness, decline in giving reflected in Season for Sharing grant applications. There’s still time to help
1-23-20 New Pathways for Youth Lands More Than $1 Million in Investment From 5 Philanthropic Partners
1-22-20 Three Years, 13 Partners Making Positive Changes for White River
1-14-20 Indianapolis poised to study the local effects of climate change
1-13-20 Confronting the Opioid Crisis with Art
1-12-20 Teen girls who are victims of sexual exploitation get help at this Arizona nonprofit, and your donations help
1-12-20 New Investments from Five Local Philanthropic Partners Total $1,075,000
1-8-20 Top 10 tips for fundraisers in 2020
12-30-19 Purdue’s mobile spay and neuter clinic receives grant to support education, services
12-30-19 Hoosier College Republicans join national campaign to change GOP position on climate change
12-29-19 Op-ed: Improving White River’s water quality requires everyone’s efforts
12-27-19 Grant to Support Purdue Mobile Vet Unit
12-27-19 Grant to support Purdue mobile vet unit
12-26-19 Season for Sharing: St. Nicholas Early Learning focuses on littlest learners
12-26-19 Remembering Matt Tully: Time is the only gift you need — it costs nothing and is worth everything
12-26-19 Time is the only gift you need — it costs nothing and is worth everything
12-22-19 Op-ed: Make pre-school education a priority for disadvantaged Hoosier children
12-21-19 Sustainable plow-free farming could help save small farms
12-21-19 Sustainable plow-free farming could help save small farms
12-21-19 Sustainable Plow-Free Farming Could Help Save Small Farms
12-21-19 Sustainable plow-free farming could help save small farms
12-20-19 Purdue mobile unit receives $150,000 grant
12-20-19 Guest Viewpoint: Three years, 13 Partners making positive changes for White River
12-20-19 New Pathways for Youth Receives more than $1,000,000
12-18-19 Purdue’s mobile spay and neuter clinic receives grant to support education, services
12-18-19 Vet school’s mobile surgery unit gets $150,000 boost
12-15-19 Gov. Eric Holcomb: Public health in Indiana depends on great childhood start
12-14-19 Season for Sharing: Auntie Mame’s builds community with lessons for children and parents
12-13-19 Lost Our Home Rescue gets Pulliam grant
12-13-19 New Grant for Priority 4 Paws Supports Shelter Medicine Education and Services
12-12-19 Environmental groups sue the Indiana steel mill that killed thousands of fish in August cyanide spill
12-12-19 Environmental groups sue the Indiana steel mill that killed thousands of fish in August cyanide spill
12-12-19 Season for Sharing: CAFE center creates hub of services for far eastside residents in need
12-8-19 Tax changes have hurt nonprofit organizations as fewer people give to charity
12-5-19 Season for Sharing: Nonprofit provides preschool services to visually impaired Hoosiers
12-4-19 Kids who enter the foster system often have this essential need. Season for Sharing has helped meet it
12-2-19 Here’s how to help Season for Sharing, other charities this Giving Tuesday
12-1-19 Op-ed: Students who attend preschool programs reach developmental milestones ahead of peers
12-1-19 Northwest Valley seniors get big lift from volunteer program supported by Season for Sharing
11-29-19 Indianapolis building gets highest ‘green’ building certification possible
11-29-19 Arizona environmental regulators grant permit for aluminum plant in La Paz County
11-28-19 Season for Sharing brings us together in good times and bad
11-28-19 Season for Sharing: Christamore House helps kids learn, families thrive
11-27-19 Mesa nonprofit provides shelter, programs for families looking to start over
11-25-19 Getting To The Root of It: How Butler’s One-Acre Farm Has Evolved In a Decade
11-24-19 Ramos: Early education is such a valuable and indispensable need for all children
11-21-19 Season for Sharing: Early Learning Indiana focuses on providing high-quality child care
11-17-19 ‘We need to act fast’: Statewide forum focuses on climate solutions for Arizona
11-16-19 Pulliam Trust donates $600K more for river projects
11-15-19 Season for Sharing kicks off 26th year of helping Arizona. Here’s how to donate
11-14-19 Season for Sharing: The Arc of Indiana helps Hoosiers with disabilities through education, empowerment
11-13-19 Expand your organization’s impact through storytelling
11-13-19 Nina Mason Pulliam trust donates nearly $600,000 to protect water supply in Verde River
11-13-19 Wheeler Mission Breaks Ground on Expanded Center for Women and Children
11-12-19 New Verde River Funding Supports Work That Benefits People and Nature
11-10-19 Op-ed: Early childhood education can prevent violence later in life
11-8-19 Satellite built by students soars to space on mission to map heat in Phoenix, other cities
11-7-19 Season for Sharing: St. Mary’s Child Center hopes to break poverty cycle through education
11-3-19 Schools chief: State’s future hinges on access to quality early education programs
10-31-19 Season for Sharing: Concord Neighborhood Center alleviates financial burden of child care for south-side families
10-29-19 The Rebranded IndyHumane Downtown Clinic Opens Its Doors
10-28-19 Introducing IndyHumane Downtown Clinic
10-27-19 IndyStar dedicates Season for Sharing campaign to Matthew L. Tully Memorial Fund
10-26-19 IndyHumane to Reopen Downtown Clinic
10-25-19 IndyHumane downtown clinic to reopen under new name
10-24-19 IndyHumane Will Open Downtown Clinic Under New Name
10-16-19 AHS’ Channel 15 spot- Shared with AAWL and HALO for Pittie Palooza
10-16-19 Nina and Bowen scholarship programs provide life-changing support to IUPUI students
10-15-19 Congratulations, 2019 HSPA Better Newspaper Contest Award Winners!
10-15-19 Indiana gets $436 million loan from EPA to help give Hoosiers cleaner water
10-14-19 2019 Sixth Annual Pittie-Palooza
10-6-19 Op-ed: Journalism, local news remain key tenets of American democracy
10-4-19 Pedal and Paddle: A Tour of the White River and Riverside Park
10-2-19 Indiana Humanities Publishes Anthology of Prose and Poetry Designed to be Read in Nature
10-2-19 Indiana Humanities Publishes Anthology of Prose and Poetry Designed to be Read in Nature
9-26-19 ABOUT CAZCA
9-23-19 About the White River project
9-23-19 Pet Euthanasia Rates Decrease by 87% in Maricopa County Arizona,…
9-22-19 It’s All About the Divorce Gap: Ending Isolation for Divorcing Women
9-20-19 Beanblossom Bottoms Still Open In Spite of Damage from Tornado
9-19-19 AHH gets $100K grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
9-19-19 Arizona Helping Hands Announces Grant From The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
9-18-19 As Seen on GMAZ: Wednesday, Sept. 18
9-18-19 Fix.Adopt.Save initiative helps plummet pet euthanasia rates in Phoenix
9-18-19 Local Shelters Have Reduced Euthanasia and Intake Tremendously since 2012
9-17-19 ‘Do I qualify for a grant?’ and more Season for Sharing questions answered
9-15-19 Arizona Republic’s ‘An Unnatural Wonder’ wins Rocky Mountain Emmy award
9-15-19 Congratulations, 2019 HSPA Better Newspaper Contest Award Winners!
9-12-19 WHITE RIVER PADDLEWHEEL BOAT TRIP FOR EDUCATORS
9-10-19 Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West Launches Latest of Nine Exclusive New Exhibitions to Keep Western Storytelling Fresh for Guests
9-10-19 Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West Launches Latest of Nine Exclusive New Exhibitions to Keep Western Storytelling Fresh for Guests
9-9-19 Second Annual White River Dragon Boat Races Comes to Indianapolis’ White River State Park on Sept. 28
9-1-19 Art and Nature Park
8-28-19 Independent students THRIVE on campus
8-26-19 Environmental Reporting Award Goes to Ocean Shock
8-24-19 There’s a lot less local news reporting, which is why we’re stepping in to help
8-23-19 JFCS celebrates recent Real World Job Development Program graduates
8-23-19 Reuters Series Wins 2019 Nina Mason Pulliam Award for Outstanding Environmental Reporting
8-22-19 Jewish Family & Children’s Service Celebrates Youth at Real World Job Development Program Graduation
8-22-19 Jewish Family & Children’s Service Celebrates Youth at Real World Job Development Program Graduation
8-20-19 Nonprofits can apply soon for 2019-20 Season for Sharing grants
8-16-19 Colorado River water: Arizona, Nevada and Mexico face first-ever cuts
8-14-19 Federal government delays construction of border wall at Organ Pipe
8-14-19 Common Sense Media: Parenting with common sense in a 24/7 media world
8-13-19 Sojourner Center Announces Grant From The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
8-13-19 Two philanthropy alumni shed light on relationship building in their arena
8-12-19 Second annual Indiana Water Summit proposes solutions for water quality and availability issues facing Indiana
8-11-19 Nina Mason Pulliam grant award-THANK YOU!
8-8-19 Trump administration reissues permit for Arizona development
8-6-19 Pulliam Trust supports Baby CASA trainings with $90,000 three year grant
7-31-19 Euthanizing dogs for space
7-31-19 Is that thing on the left a genetic experiment, a Martian philodendron or a futuristic Barbara Hepworth sculpture?
7-31-19 15 Best Affordable Counseling Degree Programs (Bachelor’s) 2019
7-24-19 Grant for animal rescue agency
7-23-19 IndyHumane Receives Grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
7-18-19 Trust provides $40,000 grant to HALO Animal Rescue
7-8-19 White River Vision Plan
7-5-19 IndyPL’s Summer Reading Program Continues Through July 27!
7-5-19 Discovering the Science of the Environment
7-1-19 President’s Report: 2018 Year in Review
6-30-19 IndyPL’s Summer Reading Program continues through July 27!
6-7-19 White River Vision Plan unveiled for Hamilton, Marion counties
6-6-19 Fair Oaks Farms abuse: Animal welfare group documents calf abuse, sparks investigation
6-6-19 The White River is getting a facelift, and you can help shape what it looks like
6-5-19 Fair Oaks Farms abuse: Animal welfare group documents calf abuse, sparks investigation
6-5-19 Fair Oaks Farms abuse: Animal welfare group documents calf abuse, sparks investigation
5-30-19 Indy Public Library celebrates 100 years of Summer Reading Program
5-28-19 Open Spaces
5-24-19 Are the balloons released before the Indy 500 really safe? We tested them.
5-24-19 Are the balloons released before the Indy 500 really safe? We tested them.
5-24-19 Are the balloons released before the Indy 500 really safe? We tested them.
5-24-19 Are the balloons released before the Indy 500 really safe? We tested them.
5-21-19 ROW awards DNR funds for ongoing school project
5-20-19 ROW awards DNR funds for ongoing school project
5-20-19 Circle of Life
5-16-19 IndyPL’s 2019 Summer Reading Program: Celebrating 100 Years!
5-14-19 Exhibition Showcasing Iconic Cowboy Artist And Celebrated Author Returns To Scottsdale’s Museum of the West
5-13-19 What to remove and what to plant in your yard
5-11-19 Oliver’s Woods Nature Preserve Slated to Open Fall 2020
5-10-19 Changing lives with Financial Opportunity Center at Tempe Community Action Agency
5-10-19 Beanblossom Bottoms Nature Preserve To Reopen May 18
5-9-19 An Introduction to Photography and Ecology at Spades Park
5-7-19 Exhibition Showcasing Iconic Cowboy Artist and Celebrated Author, Will James, Returns to Scottsdale’s Museum of the West
5-6-19 Arizona Nonprofits: Altered Tails
5-3-19 Love Over Dose
5-2-19 Arizona Press Club selects 2018 Nina Mason Pulliam Environmental Journalism Awards winners
4-24-19 Bill legalizing hemp growth and sales in Indiana clears final hurdle, heads to governor
4-22-19 Partner Spotlight: Indiana Wildlife Federation
4-18-19 ROW launches new tools for improving local waterways
4-17-19 Opportunity Passport™ helps foster youth achieve financial goals
4-12-19 Newfields announces $21.7 million in grants and gifts
4-9-19 2018 in Review: Are we helping change our communities?
4-8-19 Newfields boosted by $21M in grants and gifts
4-8-19 Newfields plans fall festival, more parking, outdoor sculpture, other upgrades to campus
4-6-19 $21.7M in improvements will drastically change Newfields’ look and how you get there
4-6-19 Newfields announces $21.7M in grants, gifts
4-5-19 Partnership provides services to homeless
4-2-19 Youth art and nature walk at Brookside Park
4-1-19 Flinn Foundation to fund in-depth bioscience reporting by The Arizona Republic
4-1-19 Flinn Foundation to fund in-depth bioscience reporting by The Arizona Republic
3-31-19 Innovative storytelling to drive Republic partnership with Flinn Foundation
3-27-19 Environmental groups sue EPA, saying it failed to enforce air-quality standards
3-25-19 Next Indiana Campfires connects Hoosiers with literature, nature – June 15
3-25-19 Drought update, AZ Republic: 3/18/19
3-25-19 Pogue’s Run Greenway and Waterway Photo Contest
3-8-19 Season for Sharing: $2.1 million will help kids, families and older adults throughout Arizona
3-4-19 Faces of IUPUI: Nina Mason Pulliam
3-2-19 Indiana finally has its first national park
3-1-19 Progress in Arizona, hurdles in California
2-26-19 FREE Spay/Neuter Weekend: March 2-3, 2019
2-7-19 ‘Advice from the Funders’: previewing their webinar, alumni share advice on how to apply for foundation grants
2-6-19 Tobias Leadership Center announces new class of fellows
2-6-19 Phoenix Zoo receives $1,000,000 donation
2-4-19 $1 million donation to go towards lion, hyena habitat at Phoenix Zoo
2-2-19 Phoenix Zoo Putting $1M Donation Toward New Exhibit
2-1-19 Phoenix Zoo to put $1M donation toward lion, hyena habitat
1-31-19 Beanblossom Bottoms boardwalk rebuild project – Sycamore Land Trust
1-31-19 Luminaria at Desert Botanical Garden raises $3K for Season for Sharing
1-29-19 Season for Sharing: Black Theatre Troupe brings books to life for children of color
1-23-19 Biblical Roots: The Founding
1-22-19 Season for Sharing: Furniture bank helps veterans, makes houses feel like home
1-21-19 Grand Canyon maintenance load lightened
1-21-19 Farm bill means hemp could soon grow in Indiana for CBD oil, fibers, and more
1-20-19 Nina Scholars application deadline is March 1
1-18-19 Season for Sharing: Gabriel’s Angels offers a safe space for at-risk students to learn
1-18-19 Grant money to restore Bright Angel Trail.
1-16-19 Short documentary films about the White River to premiere Thursday at Nickel Plate Arts
1-15-19 Season for Sharing: KJZZ provides perfect spot for budding journalists Elizabeth Montgomery, Arizona Republic
1-11-19 Season for Sharing: Rosie’s House academy gives low-income kids the gift of music
1-6-19 Documentary films about the White River – page 6
1-4-19 Season for Sharing: Aging with Down syndrome
12-29-18 Season for Sharing: Girls on the Run races toward confidence and self-esteem
12-28-18 Year’s end brings reflection on 2018 accomplishments
12-28-18 Season for Sharing: Audubon Arizona’s River Keepers shares nature with kids
12-27-18 Season for Sharing: Noble of Indiana empowers people with disabilities to serve others
12-25-18 Season for Sharing: Sun Sounds of Arizona radio service reads to those in need
12-23-18 Season for Sharing: Iibada Dance Company gives more than a chance to dance
12-21-18 Karen Celestino-Horseman: Be the voice for our animal companions
12-21-18 Donors to Season for Sharing won Luminaria tickets in random drawing
12-18-18 Forest Service moves to revoke permit for hitting wolf
12-17-18 Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce: Benevilla awarded $75,000 grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
12-17-18 Common Sense Welcomes Arizona Director
12-16-18 Season for Sharing: How Girls Inc. is tackling bullying and body image issues
12-13-18 Common Sense welcomes Glendale resident as Arizona director
12-13-18 Experience Matters announces grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
12-6-18 Starfish Initiative opens doors for high-need, high-potential Marion County students
12-5-18 The Villages Receives $200,000 Grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
12-3-18 Season for Sharing: How Jameson Camp helps kids become leaders, rather than bosses
12-1-18 Giving USA 2018 Annual Report
11-29-18 A floating stage is coming to the White River for music, comedy and open mic nights
11-29-18 If not for interventions like these, Indiana’s youth obesity rate may reach 53% by 2025
11-27-18 Local organizations back Valley Leadership’s new Pivot Toward Impact program
11-26-18 Giving Tuesday: Here are 8 ways you can help in Indianapolis
11-22-18 5 reasons to support Season for Sharing – and support Arizonans in need
11-21-18 Swarens: ‘I learned that not all people are bad,’ young mom at Project Home Indy says
11-18-18 Peace Learning Center teaching Indianapolis schoolchildren life skills for success
11-14-18 Wabash hosts deep dive on water quality
11-13-18 Season for Sharing: Circle the City provides health care for people experiencing homelessness
11-11-18 Wabash hosts deep dive on water quality
11-11-18 Season for Sharing: It’s a great way to help Arizona’s most vulnerable
11-9-18 Arizona Republic celebrates 25 years of Season for Sharing, $64 million given to Valley nonprofits
11-9-18 The Nature Conservancy in Arizona
11-1-18 New pump at Dead Horse Ranch State Park means ‘longer life for fish’
10-28-18 Tips for keeping your pets safe and Altered Tails’ lasting legacy
10-19-18 Sycamore Land Trust Close To Completing Beanblossom Bottoms Boardwalk Renovation
10-18-18 The Fifth Annual Pittie-Palooza Recap
10-18-18 White River vision plan, envision phase
10-16-18 Go with the flow: Groups partner to improve White River experience in Hamilton, Marion counties
10-16-18 Lost Our Home Pet Rescue Annual Sit. Stay. Brunch. Planned for Dec. 2, 2018
10-14-18 Hundreds of pets find forever homes at 10th Mega Adoption
10-13-18 More than 1,000 cats and dogs available for adoption at Indy Mega-Adoption event
10-12-18 Indy Mega Adoption event starts Saturday at noon
10-12-18 Hundreds of Animals Available at Indy Mega Adoption Event
10-11-18 Take Home A Furry Friend At The Indy Mega-Adoption Event
10-11-18 Adopt a pet for cheap this weekend at Indy Mega Adoption Event
10-10-18 Will politicians talk about climate change now?
10-9-18 Over 1,000 dogs & cats from 29 shelters up for adoption during Indy Mega-Adoption Event this weekend
10-9-18 Creating responsible digital citizens requires curriculum and starts in K-12 schools
10-8-18 Nina Mason Pulliam Foundation funds new Glendale adult health care center
10-2-18 Humane Society earns $25K grant
9-27-18 Mesa spaying clinic born from her lover for pets
9-25-18 The STEM Connection announces grants totaling $27,500
9-23-18 Grace College program boosts state’s water-quality efforts
9-18-18 Nina Mason Pulliam Foundation funds new Glendale adult health care center
9-17-18 Star Press reporters, photographers win awards in statewide contest
9-17-18 Star Press reporters, photographers win awards in statewide contest
9-12-18 Non-profits have until Oct. 19 to apply for 2018-19 Season for Sharing grants
8-30-18 Common Sense partners with ACF, the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, and the Phoenix IDA for statewide digital well-being effort
8-30-18 Common Sense partners with ACF, the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, and the Phoenix IDA for statewide digital well-being effort
8-30-18 Roche Academy boasts training, job offer
8-27-18 What’s wrong with the plan to log Salamonie River State Forest
8-26-18 Partners of the White River
8-24-18 Pass The Torch for Women Foundation announces grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
8-16-18 Groups focus on improving White River with $5 million grant
8-14-18 Employee financial stress is costing you $$$
8-9-18 Midwestern University received $125,000 grant for veterinary mobile healthcare
8-7-18 IU School of Optometry program
8-7-18 Charitable Advisors, LLC – Announcements
8-6-18 Bosma Enterprises receives significant grants
7-31-18 Informatics HS diversity program grant
7-19-18 Utopia responds to call of the wild: Rural outpost rehabilitates birds, animals
7-18-18 Pulliam Trust awards more than $2 million in grants to Indy area charities
7-10-18 We ‘turned our back’ on the White River. Now, Indianapolis wants to make it a destination.
7-10-18 Embracing a Treasure: White River
7-9-18 Produce is less healthy than it was 70 years ago. These farmers are trying to change that
7-6-18 Trinity House will be home to young men aging out of foster care
6-22-18 Find your new best friend at the Indy Mega Adoption Event
6-22-18 Ascend Indiana receives Lilly Endowment, Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust funding, grows talent pipelines and Ascend Network
6-22-18 Ascend funding targets skills gap, health
6-20-18 More Than 1,000 Pets Looking For Homes at Indy Mega-Adoption Event
6-19-18 Improvements at the Indianapolis Art Center
6-1-18 New partnership adds farmland to help protect the Verde River
5-31-18 AZ Press Club winners announcement
5-24-18 Easement will protect important AZ water source
5-12-18 How this mom went from a homeless shelter to her college graduation
4-27-18 Pulliam Trust awards largest single grant
4-23-18 NS Endowment
4-11-18 Indiana Campfires Series back again
4-10-18 NS Erika Thomison
4-6-18 From Lichens to Flying Squirrels: Ecoblitz results reveal complexity of an older Indiana forest
3-29-18 Your Turn: What is Rio Reimagined? Think Tempe Town Lake – but a lot bigger
3-19-18 Beanblossom Bottoms to close for boardwalk renovations
3-15-18 Season for Sharing: $2.2 million to help Arizona non-profits
3-10-18 Summer Youth programs score $2.8M in grants
3-9-18 How Southwest Human Development is using an interactive, family-based effort to improve preschool literacy
3-8-18 Science training made unforgettable: NAU Presidential Scholar organizes field experience for high school students
3-7-18 Plenty of harmful myths surround neutering of pets
2-27-18 Environmental journalism contest accepting entries in Islamabad
2-26-18 Low-cost animal clinic’s $3M revamp unveiled
2-11-18 SPJ, SEJ and NMPCT announce award
1-26-18 SPJ, SEJ and Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust announce $10,000 environmental reporting award
1-26-18 It’s still Season for Sharing: Jan. 31 is last chance to give to this year’s campaign
1-19-18 Assistance League of Indianapolis’ Operation School Bell program
1-16-18 New Scottsdale exhibits show American West perspective