After running the State Land Department for more than three years, Maria Baier will take over the reins of a Tucson conservation group that has spent most of its 21 years trying to reform the laws governing state land.
The date is February 2062. As we celebrate our sesquicentennial,
many of Arizona's 11 million residents know that every time we turn
on the faucet, switch on the lights, or enjoy high-speed rail
travel within the Sun Corridor and to California, we have our
public lands to thank. The natural …