Science Happens Here, in Cottonwood!
Ready? Set? Play! Starting on October 7th, 3-5th grade students at Cottonwood-Oak Creek Unified School District will be exploring town to collect the 5 Science Happens Here playing cards hidden in the community.
The 2019 election brought new energy to many city and town councils around the state and on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, many of these newly elected officials converged at the Arizona Association for Economic Development Symposium to share their visions for their communities.
The Arizona Rural Policy Forum, an annual conference convening hundreds of rural leaders and stakeholders that rotates its location every year, heads to Wickenburg, Arizona, for the 2018 conference.
The Fuerza Local Business Accelerator is currently accepting applications for its eleventh cohort with programming taking place in Phoenix, Mesa, Maryvale, and South Phoenix.
Deborah Frieze might not be a name commonly heard over the dinner table, but it’s one you should know: she’s making strides to change the way we invest in, and therefore transform, our neighborhoods, communities, and places across the country.
On Arizona Gives Day on Tuesday, April 4, make a gift of any size to Local First Arizona Foundation to show your support for an Arizona economy that works for everyone.
Science Happens Here wraps up another successful semester in Cottonwood and Greenlee County! After weeks of embarking on a community-wide scavenger hunts, two determined classrooms earned themselves fascinating visits from the Arizona Science Center.