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Sahuarita Town Council Receives Certificate of Recognition from International Dark-Sky Association

Sahuarita Town Council Receives Certificate of Recognition from International Dark-Sky Association Thumbnail

Sahuarita, AZ – The Sahuarita Town Council was recognized yesterday evening by the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) for Innovation in Lighting for the sports field lighting installation at the Quail Creek-Veterans Municipal Park. In 2015, [...]

European Symposium Inclusiveness Bursary Award Announced Thumbnail

Earlier in the year, IDA announced an Inclusiveness Bursary Award to help promote broad European participation in the European Symposium for the Protection of the Night. The Inclusiveness Bursary is an award of €400 to an…
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International Dark-Sky Association Announces 2019 Award Winners Thumbnail

Each year, the International Dark-Sky Association recognizes and celebrates the incredible achievements of individuals and groups who are committed to our mission to preserve and protect the night. As leaders in their communities, the awardees…
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Program Update – 2019 Annual General Meeting and Conference Thumbnail

Shooting for the Stars: 2019 Annual General Meeting & Conference The International Dark-Sky Association is excited to welcome the dark sky community to Tucson, Arizona for the 2019 Annual General Meeting and Conference. During this…
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Fort Union National Monument Certified as an International Dark Sky Park Thumbnail

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release:  Sept. 4, 2019 Contact: Lorenzo Vigil, 505-425-8025, Lorenzo_vigil@nps.gov Watrous, NM – The National Park Service and the International Dark Sky Association are pleased to announce Fort Union National Monument as an International…
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University of Utah Launches First-Ever Journal of Dark Sky Studies Thumbnail

The International Dark-Sky Association is pleased to support the creation of the Journal of Dark Sky Studies (JDSS). Housed at the University of Utah’s Consortium for Dark Sky Studies, the online journal is dedicated to…
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From Shielding to Building Codes: Leo Smith is a S.T.A.R. Thumbnail

Each month IDA features an IDA advocate from the worldwide network of volunteers who are working to protect the night.  We call them our S.T.A.R.s (Super Talented Advocacy Reports)  Leo Smith, Chair of the IDA…
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The Night Sky Has No Border

The Night Sky Has No Border Thumbnail

The 14th European Symposium for the Protection of the Night  & the International Dark-Sky Association AGM & Conference An Intercontinental Partnership We are delighted to announce that the 14th European Symposium for the Protection of…
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Bryce Canyon National Park Certified as an  International Dark Sky Park Thumbnail

August 13, 2019 For Immediate Release Peter Densmore (435) 834-4744 Bryce Canyon celebrates 50 years of night sky outreach and support  BRYCE, UT – The National Park Service and the International Dark-Sky Association are pleased…
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Protect the Night Matching Gifts Challenge Extended Thumbnail

WE’RE LESS THAN $10,000 AWAY FROM OUR GOAL! We are so close to meeting our fundraising goal for the Protect the Night Matching Gifts Challenge. As of today, we are less than $10,000 away from closing the match…
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Hehuan Mountain becomes Taiwan’s first International Dark Sky Park Thumbnail

Original text has been translated from Mandarin to English Hehuan Mountain becomes the first designated International Dark Sky Park in Taiwan. In the congratulatory letter from the International Dark-Sky Association’s Executive Director Ruskin K. Hartley…
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