Ron Dungan

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Senior Field Correspondent

Ron Dungan has lived in Arizona for more than 35 years. He has worked as a reporter, construction worker, copy editor, designer and freelance writer. He's a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he was a member of the undergraduate Writers’ Workshop, and has a master’s in history from Arizona State University.

Dungan was an outdoors reporter and member of the storyteller team at the Arizona Republic, where he won several awards, and was a contributor on a border project that won the 2018 Pulitzer for explanatory reporting.

When not working, Dungan enjoys books, gardening, hanging out with his German shorthaired pointer, backpacking and fly-fishing. He's a fan of the Arizona Cardinals and Iowa Hawkeyes.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Bureau Of Reclamation Announces AZ Water Cutbacks Ron Dungan, Mark Brodie Aug. 16, 2021
Congress Looks Beyond Roads, Bridges In 2nd Infrastructure Bill Ron Dungan Aug. 11, 2021
Grijalva Says Climate Report Shows Need For Action Ron Dungan Aug. 10, 2021
Lake Powell Still Has Plenty Of Water For Recreation Ron Dungan Aug. 9, 2021
Saguaro National Park Uses Herbicide On Buffelgrass Ron Dungan Aug. 5, 2021
NPS To Close Boat Ramp As Lake Powell Drops To Historic Lows Ron Dungan Aug. 3, 2021
Using Shoebox-Sized Satellites, ASU Tracks AZ Rivers Ron Dungan Aug. 2, 2021
Nonprofit Issues Report On Lake Powell Pipeline Proposal Ron Dungan Aug. 2, 2021
Grijalva Calls For Reform To 1872 Mining Law In Hearing Ron Dungan July 29, 2021
House Committee To Take Up Mining Act Of 1872 Ron Dungan July 26, 2021
ADEQ Seeks Input On Mine Near Grand Canyon Ron Dungan July 26, 2021
The Long History Of Uranium Mining On The Arizona Strip Ron Dungan July 26, 2021
Feds Issue Warning On Colorado River Fluctuations Ron Dungan July 14, 2021
USDA To Help Rural Communities With Water Programs Ron Dungan July 13, 2021
U.S. Wildlife Proposes New Gila Trout Recovery Plan Ron Dungan July 13, 2021
Middle Fire Shows Slow Growth As Monsoons Bring Damp Conditions Ron Dungan July 13, 2021
SRP Reservoirs Holding Up During Drought Ron Dungan July 7, 2021
Fountain Hills To Be Site Of Dark Sky Discovery Center Ron Dungan July 7, 2021
BLM Moves Forward With Cleanup Near White Tanks Ron Dungan July 5, 2021
Little Colorado Hydro Project Appears To Have Stalled Ron Dungan June 29, 2021
New Research: Some Shade Better Than Others At Keeping Us Cool Ron Dungan, Mark Brodie June 15, 2021
Groundwater Pumping Can Have Long-Term Consequences Ron Dungan June 14, 2021
Research: Forest Treatments Have Long-Lasting Effects Ron Dungan June 14, 2021
Crews Analyzing Impacts, Aftermath Of Telegraph Fire Ron Dungan, Jill Ryan, Mark Brodie, Lauren Gilger, Jack Johnson
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services; Associated Press
June 8, 2021
Foresters Begin Fuel-Thinning Project Near Apache Junction Ron Dungan June 7, 2021

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