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We haven't posted in a while, fortunately it's because we've been busy with billable work. This came out a couple of weeks ago but I'm just getting around to posting it. Great article on the issues facing the San Pedro Riparian Natio

nal Conservation Area (SPRNCA), part...

I saw this in E&E News last week. I thought it was Interesting because I had never heard of an Ebike prior to early 2017 when I was working on a travel management plan for the BLM Shoshone Field Office. The staff there kept talking about Ebikes and I kept thinking mope...

I saw something about this this morning on E&E news. I guess we're both a little late to the game given that this article on Arizona Public Media came out in March. The E&E News article was looking at this from the angle of the impact on Biden's Presidential Campaign i...

Another very good article from Shar Porier of the Sierra Vista Herald/Review on the San Pedro River and the related groundwater issues with Fort Huachuca. Is it any wonder that the definition of sustainable yield remains up in the air and that the Upper San Pedro Partn...

This is a great article by Tony Davis of the Arizona Daily Star. It's shown below in its entirety along with a link to article in today's paper. Having worked on the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (SPRNCA) Resource Management Plan (RMP) for 2.5 years thi...

Water issues are nothing new to Southern Arizona or Cochise County. Nor are they new to Fort Huachuca. The issue in Tony Davis' article has been brewing for some time. There was an attempt to set up a negotiation between the Fort and the environmental groups as discuss...

January 27, 2020

Last week we talked a little about some of the proposed changes to the NEPA regulations. To keep the post to a reasonable length we focused on the two biggest proposed changes. The elimination of the separate discussion on direct, indirect and cumulative impacts and th...

January 19, 2020

Last week we published a link to the Federal Register where the CEQ has posted their proposed rule changes to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). As I suspected, several firms (mostly attorneys) have taken the opportunity to wade through that document to see...

January 12, 2020

The Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) is proposing to update its regulations for implementing the procedural provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The current Administration is presenting this as means to modernize and clarify regulations to...

Back to Southern Arizona water related issues.....I saw this interview in the Sierra Vista Herald Tribune. It is reprinted in its entirety with a link to the article at the end. Holly Richter is a well-respected hydrologist and, much like I have found the rest of The N...

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