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Tucsonan Wolf wins award from EPA

Citizen Staff Writer

The executive director of the Sonoran Environmental Research Institute won an Environmental Protection Agency award for her efforts to reduce toxic emissions in predominantly low income and minority neighborhoods in South Tucson.

Ann Marie Wolf was among 40 individuals and groups from Arizona, California, Nevada, Hawaii and Pacific islands to receive the award for outstanding achievement in protecting the environment, according to EPA.

Wolf headed a Community for a Renewed Environment program that saw area auto body repair businesses dramatically reduce the use of solvents.



Executive director at Sonoran Environmental Research Institute wins EPA award

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