AZLCVEF's Recent News
Join Us For Earth Night in Phoenix!
Earth Night is Arizona’s premier environmental gala celebration. Now in its fourth year, Earth Night 2013 will bring together 300 of Arizona most prominent environmental leaders, politicians, activists, donors and organizations for an enjoyable evening of local and organic foods, beverages, music and networking as we celebrate the natural treasures that make Ari-zona special and give our Conservation Champion Award to two deserving recipients. Click Here for more information
For more information about the event and event sponsorships call or email Steve Arnquist at (520) 622 2819, email@example.com
Year End Giving
Please consider making a year-end tax deductible gift to support the work of AZLCV Education Fund. 2013 is going to be a pivotal year for Arizona and our environment, I hope we can count on your support!
to make an online donation.
Checks can always be sent to
AZLCV Education Fund
738 N. 5th Ave #218
Tucson, AZ 85705
Earth Night 2012
Earth Night was a big success, thank you to all who attended and thank you to all of our sponsors and silent auction
donors. We would also like to thank our conservation champions, Diane Brown and Gabrielle Giffords for their passion
and commitment to conservation. A big thank you to Emily Nottingham for accepting the award on Gabby’s behalf. We will
have photos from the event posted soon, so check back!
Thanks again to our sponsors who made Earth Night possible!
Also: Friends of Sonoran Desert National Monument, Sonoran Institute, Bill Roe / Arizona Democratic Party,
Top Line Restaurants, Audubon Arizona, Sierra Club, Arizona Wilderness Coalition, Arizona
Forward, Greg & Nicole Stanton, and George & Roselyn O'Connell
Redistricting in Arizona
As elections near, there is a lot of talk about voters determining the future leadership of our state, but are the voters
really who determines election outcomes? Many would say that the people who draw the district lines, not the voters or even
the positions taken by the politicians, determine the outcomes of elections.
Click here to read more or to play the redistricting game
The Arizona League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (AZLCV Ed Fund) is a non-partisan organization working to educate and engage the public, community leaders and elected
officials, build partnerships and strategic coalitions, and identify and train the next generation of leaders to ensure
a sustainable and high quality of life for all Arizonans.