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Promotion for newly released Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society’s Field Guide. ‘Field Guide to Cacti and Other Succulents of Arizona.’ People may be familiar with the TCSS for their Cactus Rescue Program and rescued plant sales. The book was funded by the TCSS and fulfills our charter of education and conservation. Our first task was to keep the book completely Tucson-centric. Every effort was made for all authors and contributors to be TCSS club members. The book was printed in Tucson, at Arizona Li
Sonoran XI Conference at Hotel Tucson. Free Show, Plant, Pottery and Art Sale including rescued cacti (saguaros, barrels, hedgehogs), Silent Auction, Paid registration fee for Speakers and Workshops. Sales: April 16, 8am to 5:00pm & April 17, 8am to 1:30pm.
In order to enhance law enforcement safety and efficiency, the Tucson Police Department has equipped their motorcycle officers with fully-rugged Panasonic Toughbook U1 ultra-mobile PCs. For more information on the Toughbook U1, visit http://bit.ly/alU8Vs
2015 Tucson Gem & Mineral Society | Produced by OpenForm in partnership with EvanGraeDavis.com See live footage of the show and behind the scenes action. Interviews with: customers, dealers like Steve Behling of Collector's Edge Minerals, David Freeland of David Freeland Designs and Dan Weinrich of Weinrich Minerals, U of A graduate student, Gloria Jiminez, Visit Tucson CEO, Brent DeRaad and TGMS Committee member, Peter Megaw.
This August that he’s on steam punk society invaded the city of Bisby and we had a blast checking out all the haunted spots as well as the Mone. Best of all we got to stay at the Oliver house and have A PG P.J. pajama party! If you’re interested in hearing what a night and Oliver house sounds like we recorded it about six hours of audio just to see if we can catch a ghost on recording check out our Patreon site at Patreon.com/CPPN for the recording you don’t have to be a Patreon to listen
Alfred Angelo is selling their dresses for $299.
Tucson rent prices increase by 4 percent
Weisenburger named new bishop of Tucson Diocese
The Tucson Herpetological Society is dedicated to conservation, education and research concerning the amphibians and reptiles of Arizona and Mexico. The 24-year-old nonprofit was founded as a group of individuals with a common interest in herpetology. Herpetological Society Robert Villa and Hanna Strauss, a member of the organization, were at the recent Saguaro National Park BioBlitz to demonstrate two live species of king snake found in the park.
New rocket manufacturing facility to be built south of Tucson