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Episode 1015

Desert Living Home Tour, BIPOC Entrepreneurs, Desert Willow, DO(OM) Yoga

Desert Plants: Desert Willow

Easy growing flowering tree in the Sonoran Desert provides color, food and habitat for native species.

BIPOC Entrepreneurs

How the Community Investment Corporation is empowering BIPOC entrepreneurs with interest free micro loans in Southern Arizona.

Desert Living Home Tour

Homes and community spaces across Tucson showcased features that cut down on water and energy use.

Episode 1014

Rescuing Cacti, Barrio Restoration, Quad Guy, Gila Monsters

Episode 1013

Inspiring Individuals

Episode 1012

2023 Emmy Award Winners and Nominees

Episode 1011

Artist María Arvayo, Harpist Carla Fabris, Flowers and Bullets

Carla Fabris: Harpist

A delicate performance by Carla Fabris, Harp Instructor at the University of Arizona’s Fred Fox School of Music

OSIRIS-REx: Sample Return

Watch the conclusion of NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission as it safely returns an asteroid sample to Earth.

Episode 1010

OSIRIS-REx Sample Return, Navajo Weavers


An immersive Doom Metal Yin Yoga Practice for Charities

Episode 1009

Lex Gjurasic, Museum of Northern Arizona, The Water Conservation Conversation

Lex Gjurasic: Radical Happiness

Creating joy filled paintings and sculptures is Lex's way of processing memories, emotions, and experiences in a chaotic world.

Museum of Northern Arizona

Founded in 1928, the Museum of Northern Arizona protects and preserves the natural and cultural heritage of northern Arizona through research, collections, conservation, and education.

Water Conservation Conversation

University of Arizona Professor Andrea Gerlak suggests the water conservation conversation is bringing everyday consumers together to discuss simple ideas and ways of preserving our precious resource.

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