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La Paz County Comprehensive Plan

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The La Paz County Comprehensive Plan is the first overall plan for development countywide. Due to the passage of new state requirements and a desire to plan for the future, the La Paz County Board of Supervisors contracted with Partners

The La Paz County Comprehensive Plan is the first overall plan for development countywide. Due to the passage of new state requirements and a desire to plan for the future, the La Paz County Board of Supervisors contracted with Partners for Strategic Action, Inc. to develop the county’s first comprehensive plan. The consulting team was directed to solicit broad community participation, study the county planning area, and develop a plan that would be an easy-to-understand policy document that will guide La Paz County’s development in the future.

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2005-05-02

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Ecological Opportunities in the Lower Santa Cruz Valley of Avra Valley and the Santa Cruz Flats With a Focus on Reconnaissance of Pima County Flood Control District Properties: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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Evaluates the conservation significance of county-owned properties in Avra Valley, specifically with regard to Priority Vulnerable Species and the Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan.

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2005-02-15

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Biological Values of the West Branch of the Santa Cruz River: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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Because the West Branch area has been left alone, it has a chance to recover and become a part of the larger Paseo de las Iglesias project, and a cornerstone of a more extensive effort at ecological restoration involving the

Because the West Branch area has been left alone, it has a chance to recover and become a part of the larger Paseo de las Iglesias project, and a cornerstone of a more extensive effort at ecological restoration involving the mesic coorridors of Pima County, the Santa Cruz, Rillito, and Pantano.

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2001-10

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Aquatic Vertebrate Conservation in Pima County - Concepts and Planning Development: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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This study by DR. Philip Rosen stands as one of the most impressive, given the scope of the author's knowledge, and it is one of the most ingenious, given the proposed concepts for restoration and protection of native fish and frogs within the urban Tucson Basin.

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2000-07