November 19, 2021 / Modified nov 30, 2021 12:52 p.m.

Travel on the border and water management in the desert

Lorraine Rivera hosts this edition of Arizona 360.

One week after most restrictions have been lifted at the Arizona-Mexico border, Arizona 360 examines how federal officers are handling the increase in traffic and monitoring vaccinate documents.

Congress recently approved millions in new funding for Arizona ports of entry. Luis Ramirez, an international border adviser, talks to Arizona 360 about what those improvements mean for cross border trade and border communities.

Vaccinated Mexican nationals are able to visit Arizona once again. Arizona 360 checks in with Felipe Garcia at Vamos a Tucson, the Visit Tucson bureau that monitors travel to the region.

For years, Americans have traveled south of the border for dental care. Tony Paniagua reports from Nogales.

The number of Arizonans investing in residential and commercial water harvesting systems has increased. Tony Paniagua reports on the conservation efforts.

One organization, Watershed Management Group, is teaching Tucsonans how to manage water in the desert. Tony Paniagua reports on how the group is making efforts attainable.

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