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  • Green Living September Launch Party - Buffalo Collection

    Thank you to everyone who attended our launch party to celebrate our September issue at Buffalo Collection Old Town Scottsdale! We had a great time celebrating with everyone, learning more about green building, realty and interior design from artHAUS, Boss Properties and Sesshu Design! Also thank you to Borderlands Brewing Company & Cuisine By Celine for the delicious refreshments!

Green Living AZ Magazine

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  • He’s Green She’s Green: Organic Sandwich Bread

    by John and Jennifer Burkhart In our book, the bread upon which you build a sandwich is as important as the ingredients between the slices. Luckily, there are quite a few tasty organic bread options available – unless you prefer a hefty dose of glyphosate in your wheat. From sourdough to super grain, we sliced, […] The post He’s Green She’s Green: Organic Sandwich Bread appeared first on Green Liv...

  • SRP to Purchase Energy from Apple Solar Power Plant

    By Bharat Venkatesh The Board of Directors of Salt River Project (SRP), a community-based nonprofit public power utility that serves about one million customers in Maricopa and Pinal counties, have approved an agreement to purchase solar energy produced by Apple’s new 50-megawatt Bonnybrooke photovoltaic solar power plant. The 25-year Purchase Power Agreement includes terms supporting new […] The ...

  • Smart Building Design Roundup

    These USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council) LEED-certified buildings in northern, central and southern Arizona are prime examples of smart building design. Northern NAU International Pavilion S. Knoll Dr. and E. Runke Dr., Flagstaff • LEED Platinum • Natural ventilation panels allow air to enter the building, while gravity hoods built into the ceilings circulate hot […] The post Smart Building Desig...

  • Green Champions of the Month: September 2016

    Each month we will feature three people – one each in northern, central and southern Arizona – who are making strides in the green community. For our September Urban Design issue, we focus on leading architects. NORTHERN – TIM KINNEY, PRESIDENT, KINNEY CONSTRUCTION SERVICES Since 1999, Kinney Construction Services, Inc. (KCS) has grown to be an […] The post Green Champions of the Month: September ...

  • Megabus is an Eco-Friendly Travel Option for Your Next Trip

    Whether you are planning a last minute vacation, need to catch a ride home from college or are trying to get to your team’s tailgate this fall, megabus.com, a subsidiary of Coach USA, is one of the most convenient ways to travel. With fares as low as $1.00, it is the perfect option for college […] The post Megabus is an Eco-Friendly Travel Option for Your Next Trip appeared first on Green Living.

  • The Burden of Hyper-Local Food Production

    Looking for a good read? Get on the internet and download an ebook by your favorite author in just seconds. Need fresh-caught fish for an extra special meal? Make a call tonight and it will be delivered in the morning straight from a dock in Hawaii to your front door in Phoenix. The world and its bounty are […] The post The Burden of Hyper-Local Food Production appeared first on Green Living.

  • Soulful Tribe Opens in Old Town Scottsdale

    By Leah Lindner A new brick-and-mortar yoga shop in Old Town Scottsdale, Soulful Tribe, has opened featuring mindful apparel and gifts. Soulful Tribe is a brand extension of Sumit Banerjee’s parent company SB Holdings, which has successfully created and franchised 17 Sumits Yoga locations internationally, with six in Arizona. Banerjee wanted to create a non-brand or yoga-specific […] The post Soul...

  • Recipes: Spinach and Mushroom Enchiladas

    Recipe and Image courtesy of Gadzooks Enchilada and Soup Give these healthy spinach and mushroom enchiladas a try this upcoming fall and winter season, or visit Gadzooks on 7th St. and Osborn in Phoenix, to build your own custom enchiladas. Gadzooks’ second location in Arcadia will open in early 2017. INGREDIENTS: 1 Tbsp butter 1 Tbsp […] The post Recipes: Spinach and Mushroom Enchiladas appeared ...

  • Painting the Final Four Green: Glendale’s Roadmap for Future Activities and Alliances

    The 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships culminate with the popular Final Four in Glendale in early April, capping off an action-packed decade of major sporting events in the Valley that also included two Super Bowls, more than 20 college football bowl games, and two NCAA Men’s Basketball Regional Finals. During the past decade, these events have transformed from […] The post Painting the Fina...

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  • Feng Shui: Energy Flow for Health

    Did you know that Feng Shui – like Acupuncture – is one of the eight branches of Oriental Medicine? Acupuncture optimizes the body’s energy circulation to organs, tissues and glands by clearing blockages leading to illness. But many people don’t yet understand that if the person’s environment is contributing to the blockages, then sending the person back to […] The post Feng Shui: Energy Flow for ...

  • Cool Outrageous Stuff: September 2016

    1 Natural Crayon Rocks As a kid, it can be hard to decide which is more fun: crayons or rocks. Now, there’s no need to choose! Bring the outdoors in for colorful fun or get artsy with the unique and creative shapes. Made from Kosher soy wax and natural pigmented coloring, these non-toxic art supplies from […] The post Cool Outrageous Stuff: September 2016 appeared first on Green Living.

  • France Bans Plastic Cups and Dishware

    By Stephanie Bray Au revoir, red Solo cups! France has become the first country to ban disposable, plastic cups and dishes. Under the new ban, which passed last month, all single-use dishware sold must be compostable and made partially of bio-sourced materials. Currently, France throws away more than 7.4 billion plastic cups every year, only […] The post France Bans Plastic Cups and Dishware appea...

  • The Altered:Nozzle – A Simple Solution to a Large Problem

    By Blake Hemmel Today, over one billion people are living in areas dealing with water stress, and by the year 2020, an estimated three billion people will be in these areas. Much of our water is wasted through our faucets when we wash our hands, because with your average faucet, most of the water bounces […] The post The Altered:Nozzle – A Simple Solution to a Large Problem appeared first on Green...

  • Climate Change Series: Coconino County

    By David A. Schaller Until recently, seasonal climate variations have been a big plus for Coconino County. When the heat kicks in across southern Arizona each summer, those in the know retreat to the gentler climes of places like Oak Creek, Sedona, Flagstaff and Williams. These patterns of seasonal movement are in a way a dress […] The post Climate Change Series: Coconino County appeared first on ...

  • What is Being Sustainable?

    By Ken Edwins How do you define sustainability? Webster’s dictionary defines sustainable as 1: Able to be used without being completely used up or destroyed 2: Involving methods that do not completely use up or destroy natural resources and 3: Able to last or continue for a long time. These definitions of sustainable help us […] The post What is Being Sustainable? appeared first on Green Living.

  • Flagstaff Partners with SRP to Protect Water Supply with Flowtography

      By Ludwig Ahgren Flagstaff is a unique part of Arizona because it lies in the heart of the Coconino National Forest. The city receives a large portion of their water supply from Lake Mary; the water follows the natural shape of the forest to recharge Flagstaff reservoirs and aquifers. The area of land which […] The post Flagstaff Partners with SRP to Protect Water Supply with Flowtography appear...

  • Move Over, Butter! Getting Glee with Ghee

    Check out any health food store or integrated grocery store such as Sprouts, Whole Foods and Natural Grocers, and right there next to the butter you will see little glass jars of golden yellow cream labeled “ghee.” You’ve probably heard your health-nut friends rave about the stuff: stirring it into coffee in lieu of creamer, adding […] The post Move Over, Butter! Getting Glee with Ghee appeared fi...

  • How LEDs Benefit Indoor Gardening

    From Energy Efficiency Pros If your home has an indoor garden, you know that artificial lighting is all-important in the trade. With or without natural sunlight, you just can’t pass on grow lights without risking your plants’ growth and overall health. With the vastness of technology both current and past, there are just too many options […] The post How LEDs Benefit Indoor Gardening appeared firs...

  • SOCENT Summit is Focusing on Bettering Arizona Locally

    By Riley Hoffman Local First Arizona and SUSTAINWE are hosting a one-day SOCENT Summit to encourage local entrepreneurs in Phoenix towards taking that first small step in becoming ecologically conscious to help create a bigger impact in our community. The event will take place on Tuesday, September 20 from 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at The Vintage […] The post SOCENT Summit is Focusing on Bettering Arizo...

Green Living AZ Magazine

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  • My Sister’s Closet Celebrates 25 Years with Silver Anniversary Soiree

    By Bharat Venkatesh My Sister’s Closet will be hosting a Silver Anniversary Soiree on October 20 to celebrate the store’s 25th anniversary. The Karl Lagerfeld (German fashion designer and head designer at Chanel and Fendi) themed party, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Village Shopping Center in Scottsdale, will include light bites, entertainment and […] The post My Sister’s Closet Celebrates...

  • Combating Arizona’s Puppy Mill Pipeline

    By Nicole Galvan When I adopted my dog June, I didn’t have a clue what a puppy mill was. I was told that she spent the first seven years of her life in a cage, where she had to crouch to walk without her feet falling through the wire-caged flooring beneath her. Having never stepped foot […] The post Combating Arizona’s Puppy Mill Pipeline appeared first on Green Living.

  • Natural Areas in Arizona Get Much Needed Love

    By Jill Bernstein All across Arizona, creative people are developing solutions to the everyday environmental concerns that impact their community’s quality of life, public health, and economic development. Many groups work on collecting trash in parks and along roads, but Natural Restorations is a statewide group based in Gilbert that specifically focuses on removing trash, […] The post Natural Ar...

  • Desert Dwellings: Eco-Friendly Houses Optimized for the Desert Climate

    By Michelle Talsma Everson Austin Trautman, founder of Vali Homes, moved to Phoenix in 2005 and made a notable observation: most of the Valley’s homes work against the sunny desert climate and not with it. “According to statistics, there are more than 1.8 million homes in the Valley,” Trautman said. “And none of them are built […] The post Desert Dwellings: Eco-Friendly Houses Optimized for the De...

  • Chef Lisa Dahl Celebrates Success and Sustainability in Sedona

    By Amanda Harvey “It took three other very special restaurants building the momentum over 20 years for this opportunity to become available and pose itself,” said Chef Lisa Dahl about her newest Sedona restaurant, Mariposa Latin-Inspired Grill. The restaurant recently celebrated its first anniversary. Dahl has been a restaurateur in Sedona since 1995, when she opened […] The post Chef Lisa Dahl Ce...

  • Recipe: Corn and Potato Chowder

    Recipe and image courtesy of Amy Johnson As we lead into cooler weather, it’s time to start thinking about delicious soups for fall and winter. Amy Johnson, also known as “Mrs. Plant,” calls this recipe “perfect for the transitioning omnivore” because it’s a hearty soup that everyone will love. Find more of her recipes at mrsplantintexas.com. […] The post Recipe: Corn and Potato Chowder appeared f...

  • Earth-Friendly Mining for Potash Mineral found below Petrified Forest National Park

    By Stephanie Bray Located in northeastern Arizona, the Petrified Forest National Park stands frozen in time. Petrified wood and reptilian fossils are surrounded by badlands and rock outcrops covered in pictographs. Below the park’s surface, the mineral potash is found. In 2009, potash mining companies began exploring the Holbrook Basin, located on the outskirts of […] The post Earth-Friendly Minin...

  • August Launch Parties 2016

    Thank you to everyone who attended our August launch parties in Tucson and Tempe! We had a great time connecting with you and promoting the “vibe of the tribe!” Please consider attending a future launch party or sponsoring a booth to see how our parties can promote your eco-conscious business. Don’t miss our upcoming event […] The post August Launch Parties 2016 appeared first on Green Living.

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