Live Webinar: 'Fire on the Mountain: Understanding Tucson's Bighorn Fire'
As the Bighorn Fire smolders to a conclusion and with over 120,000 acres of the Santa Catalina Mountains burned, many questions and concerns remain: Why did this fire get so large? What was the role of climate change and drought? How was wildlife impacted? What will the mountains look like in the future?
A three-part public webinar series by the Arizona Institutes for Resilience at the University of Arizona will connect local, governmental and University of Arizona experts to address these questions and more through live interactions. The series is called "Fire on the Mountain: Understanding Tucson's Bighorn Fire."
Registration for "Episode 2: The Aftermath," moderated by Tom McNamara, Arizona Public Media, is free and required. You can register using the link below.