Newsletters

The Coalition publishes a quarterly newsletter, Friends of the Desert. Full of up-to-date information on our major programs and projects, check out past issues of our newsletter below!

April 2, 2020

Friends of the Desert newsletter #57 is out in the world!

Although we know most of us are pretty preoccupied with the current global pandemic, we decided to still send out our spring newsletter, hoping to inject a little joy and positivity into your mailboxes and inboxes.  Check out the following articles in our Spring 2020 Friends of the Desert newsletter: New project collecting data on […]

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September 4, 2019

Friends of the Desert Newsletter #56 is hot off the presses!

The August 2019 Friends of the Desert newsletter is hot off the presses! Check out the following articles: Proposed I-11 Route Faces Overwhelming Opposition (and what you can still do to help) Protecting Water for People and the Environment Protecting Safe Passages for Wildlife on I-10 East Impact Briefs on the Rosemont Mine and Habitat […]

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March 29, 2019

Friends of the Desert Newsletter – April 2019

Our latest Friends of the Desert newsletter is now available! Click on the image to the right to access the digital version. If you’d like a print copy, please send us an email or give us a call at (520) 388-9925 and we’d be happy to put one in the mail!  In this issue: Critter Cam Field Day […]

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September 12, 2018

Friends of the Desert newsletter now available!

Our latest Friends of the Desert newsletter is now available! Click on the image to the right to access the digital version. If you’d like a print copy, please send us an email or give us a call at (520) 388-9925 and we’d be happy to put one in the mail!  In this issue: Celebrating […]

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August 30, 2017

Friends of the Desert Newsletter- Summer 2017

In this issue you’ll find… The Oracle Road Wildlife Crossings: A Year in Review Updates on our 2017 Remote Wildlife Camera Monitoring Program How to Add Your Nature Observations to INaturalist Engagement Opportunities Impact Briefs on Local Conservation Issues And More! View/Download Friends of the Desert Newsletter-Summer 2017 here. And if you would like to receive a […]

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March 20, 2017

Friends of the Desert Newsletter – Spring 2017

In this issue: The finalization of Pima County’s Multi-Species Conservation Plan, 18 years in the making! The expansion of our Remote Wildlife Camera Monitoring project continues. A showcase of some of Pima County’s spectacular conservation lands.  A tribute to conservation hero Mick Meader. And more!  View/download Friends of the Desert-Spring 2017 here. And if you […]

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August 15, 2016

Friends of the Desert #51

In this issue: What’s next for Oracle Road? Find out the progress of this project and what’s next now that the wildlife bridge is complete. More Cameras, More Critters: Learn more about the expansion of our wildlife monitoring program and how you can be apart of it. “You say goodbye and I say hello,” not […]

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April 1, 2016

Friends of the Desert #50

In this issue: What Future do you See for the Sonoran Desert? New aerial photos showcase both recent successes and ongoing challenges; Arizona Corporate Commission Approves Destructive SunZia Transmission Line: Renowned San Pedro River Valley and highly diverse wildlife will suffer; If You Build it, They Will Come: Monitoring of the Oracle Road Wildlife Crossings Starts Soon!; and more!

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December 31, 2015

Friends of the Desert #49

In this issue: Reflecting on 2015, Looking Ahead to 2016; Carolyn’s Corner: Seasons of Successes, Challenges; Wildlife Soon to Have Safe Passages Across Oracle Road; We’re Adding Wildlife Cameras to Our Fleet!; and more!

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August 17, 2015

Friend of the Desert #48

In this issue: Open Space and What it Means for You; Carolyn’s Corner: Now is the Time to Act! You can make an impact in our community; Coming soon to a Wildlife Linkage Near You: More Cameras!; More Progress Every Day: Oracle Road wildlife crossings closer to completion; and more!

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