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May 14, 2022

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

Segment 1
11:57
Segment 2
6:50
Segment 3
13:22
Segment 4
6:54

Guests Steve Priebe & 'Water Use It Wisely's Donna DiFrancesco.

Discussing the Tree Of The Month the Desert Ironwood.  Drought tolerant, low water use and properly draining soil.  Where you can see the State Championship Ironwood tree of Carefree Highway.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

Segment 1
12:22
Segment 2
6:25
Segment 3
11:40
Segment 4
7:33

Laura Grignano, Manager Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District.  Vineetha Kartha, Colorado River Programs Manager.    Both explain their background.

Balancing the influx of people moving into the state and ample water supply.

Vineetha explains the deep dive in measuring allocations, usage and snowpack to forecast water availability.  Lake Powell and Mead play a key role.

Since a Tier 1 Shortage was declared in January, Tier 2 could happen sooner or next year.  Vineetha explains how this affects Arizona including water storage in Lake Mead.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

Segment 1
12:54
Segment 2
5:53
Segment 3
12:46
Segment 4
7:19

One more thing an Arizona 'Newbie' should know!

Citizens Police Academy Alumni Of Glendale's Donna Duggins discusses an event Saturday at Sanderson Ford.  Etching catalytic converter to prevent theft.

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5/14/22 (running time 8-11 AM)

8am talkingtrees 2 Outdoor Living Hour: Talking Trees

SavATree LogoOur friends from SavATree, Gary Peterson and special guests Steve Priebe and Donna DiFrancesco join us this Saturday! We’ll be talking #LandscapeWatering and our Tree of the Month: #DesertIronwood

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cap logoNo doubt you have seen the stories on the news about the water shortages in the Southwest. We even made national news! KTAR reported on May 4, 2022, that the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced plans to hold back approximately 480,000 acre-feet of water in Lake Powell to maintain Glen Canyon Dam’s ability to produce hydropower for millions of homes and businesses in the region. That’s roughly enough water to serve 1 million to 1.5 million average households annually. The decision will not…WEEKLY BLOG | Read More >>
newsletter line up icon 10AM Homeowner Topic: Open Home!

Weekly To-Do:  #PoolDeckOptions – READ MORE>>|  Tune-In! As you’re getting your pool ready for summer, you may be evaluating the condition of your pool deck. We’ll break down some popular options.

If you have a question on maintaining something in your home – GIVE US A CALL!!

What Are The Pros & Cons of Kool Deck vs. Acrylic vs. Pavers? | #PoolDeckOptions | READ MORE>>

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