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In 2006, Moses helped found the nationally recognized Manzo Ecology Program as a facet of his school counseling program utilizing the therapeutic nature of gardening to help meet the social and emotional needs of his students. Moses’s work has been featured in British Journal of Medicine, National Geographic, School Counselor Magazine, Arizona Illustrated and Edible Baja Arizona. In 2011 Moses was awarded Arizona School Counselor of the Year and in 2012 the US Green Building Council Green Schools Award. In 2014 Moses was recognized as a distinguished community leader with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

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    Designing Agrivoltaics For Sustainably Intensifying Food And Energy Production

    Co-Investigator (COI)

    2021

    $1.0M
    Active
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    RAPID: Impact of COVID-19 Disruptions on Education and Child Well-being

    Co-Investigator (COI)

    2021

    $175.1K
    Active
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  • UArizona Partners on $10M USDA Grant to Expand Research on Growing Crops Under Solar Panels

    2021

  • Agrivoltaics Proves Mutually Beneficial Across Food, Water, Energy Nexus

    2019

  • New Haury Grant Centers on Habitat Restoration

    2018

  • UA Helps Bring Seed Library Forum to Tucson

    2015

  • Haury's Legacy Seen in Young Gardeners

    2015

  • Camp Cooper Celebrates 50 Years of Environmental Learning in Southern Arizona

    2014

  • Student Engagement: UA Community and School Garden Program

    2013

  • Learning and Growing Through UA's School Garden Program

    2011

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