The interactive SRP Heritage Map shows the location of historic power and water features as well as public artwork and interpretive signage along the canals and other significant historic sites.
Earth Day is a good reminder to reinforce water and energy-saving habits in kids. The earlier they are taught, the more they are likely to learn these habits for life.
Recently, @mmoulton on Twitter sent us this photo of one of the small reflective squares hanging from SRP power lines in Gilbert, and asked us to explain what they are. It’s a great question, and we’re guessing other folks may be wondering the same thing.
SRP grants launch learning to new heights UPDATE: Watch Ch.3 news coverage of the launch, with video of the “SRP spaceman” flying at 70,000 ft This morning, the European Space Agency (ESA) made history when its Rosetta spacecraft successfully landed on a…