While summer is a less optimal time than spring or fall for planting trees, there are things that you can do to help ensure your trees not only survive – but thrive.
While the wildfire season officially starts May 1, wildfire risk mitigation takes place year-round at TEP.
TEP is supporting one local organization’s efforts to preserve wildlife corridors in an effort to bring the rare and elusive jaguar back to Southern Arizona.
Protecting wildlife from electrical equipment takes innovation and creativity.
When public spaces reopen, people will be able to gather at Saguaro National Park East’s Visitor Center — comfortably.
TEP’s Land Resources Department is participating in the 2020 Saguaro Census count, a massive undertaking that happens each decade at Saguaro National Park.
Through TEP’s Trees for You program, residential customers may order up to three 5-gallon shade trees at a discounted price.