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Tumamoc Hill is an 850-acre ecological and archaeological reserve in the middle of Tucson, Arizona.
The heart of the Hill is its active science — its ecology; its conservation and its archaeology. Tumamoc is a knowledge platform, a microcosm of integrated approaches to urban ecology and culture.
The Hill attracts people from all walks of life. People refresh themselves simply by looking at it. Or they climb its path surrounded by 2500 years of human culture and achievement.

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  • Science CafĂ© Series
    Wednesday, November 12, 2014

    A Science Café is an opportunity for the community and a UA scientist to have a conversation. With a smaller audience, a caf...