Cochise County is offering residents the opportunity to become an accredited professional in holistic management as part of its Highway/Floodplain Department’s plan to restore 480 acres of uncultivated farmland.
Cochise County has launched a project to restore 480 acres of farmland using a “holistic management” framework and will conduct an accredited training program to help support such a practice on county-owned land.
Cochise County’s board of supervisors reached consensus at its most recent meeting to adopt newly modified road design and construction standards for the district’s 1,438 miles of public roadways — its first update since 2003.
The quartet of counties along the Mexican border — Cochise, Pima, Santa Cruz and Yuma — has formed the Arizona Border Counties Coalition (ABCC) to provide a unified voice for the region regarding economic matters.
Because heavy smoke from the Sawmill Fire in the western portion of Cochise County may pose health hazards, county officials are temporarily installing four monitoring devices near the scene to measure air quality.