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  • Tucson Builder Connects Art, Energy and Urban Infill Design

    By Amanda Harvey “Vision, Strength and Integrity” is local builder Sharon Ludwig’s tagline. As the owner of III Oaks Development, she is passionate about creating healthy, beautiful spaces for her clients. The name III Oaks represents herself and her two daughters, Kimberly and Amber. “I climbed oak trees as a little girl on a farm […] The post Tucson Builder Connects Art, Energy and Urban Infill ...

  • Green Champions of the Month: February 2017

    Each month in our Green Champions section we feature three people – one each in northern, central and southern Arizona – who are making strides in the green community. Since February is National Heart Month, we included medical doctors who have a focus on holistic cardiology. Northern – Dr. Jacqueline Poulos Dr. Jacqueline Poulos is […] The post Green Champions of the Month: February 2017 appeared...

  • Cool Outrageous Stuff: February 2017

     1. Reclaimed Wine Barrel Table Fall in love with your living room all over again with these reclaimed wine barrel side tables. If you’re in the mood to revamp your personal space, these rustic tables from Bambeco, once used to age wine, are the perfect unique conversation piece to match all color schemes. Custom made […] The post Cool Outrageous Stuff: February 2017 appeared first on Green Living...

  • Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine Building Achieves LEED Platinum Designation

    By Charlie Popeck Certified as a LEED Platinum level facility in October 2016, the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine’s Broadway Academic Building is a 47,832-squarefoot education facility located on SCNM’s main campus in Tempe, Arizona. The state-of-the-art building includes a medicinary, treatment rooms, cafe and kitchen, fitness center, library and, of course, classrooms. Sustainable st...

  • Love Your Space

    A home is a place where memories are made. It is where we go to relax and refresh. It is where we celebrate, entertain, laugh and play. And it can also be a place we dread. If that dread stems from the overwhelming stress of clutter and chaos, read on. As a Professional Organizer and […] The post Love Your Space appeared first on Green Living.

  • He’s Green, She’s Green: Sugar-Free Treats

      Sticking to healthy New Year’s resolutions can be tricky on Valentine’s Day. You want to shower your sweetheart in boxes of heart-shaped chocolates, but all that sugar is a surefire way to derail your hard work at the gym together. Well, we found the perfect compromise! We sampled a variety of healthy treats made […] The post He’s Green, She’s Green: Sugar-Free Treats appeared first on Green Liv...

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  • The New Common-Sense Building

    By William Janhonen Since the revolution of green building standards, our understanding of Building Science has changed, paving the way for improved building codes and methods. The term “Green Building” could now be replaced with the term “CommonSense Building,” as eco-friendly features become the more sensible standards in the industry. The future of building performance […] The post The New Comm...

  • Former EPA Employees Send Letter to Congress, Urging Against EPA Nominee Scott Pruitt

    By Niki Vetter A group of 447 former Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) employees sent a letter to the U.S. Senate in an effort to stop President Trump’s nominee for the EPA administrator, Scott Pruitt. Those who object Pruitt’s nomination cite his poor environmental record in addition to his inability to adequately respond to questions during […] The post Former EPA Employees Send Letter to Co...

  • Matrimon(e)y: Creating Sustainable Happiness in Your Relationship by Thinking about Money

    By Christopher Wharton, PhD It’ll probably come as no surprise that couplehood and money go hand in hand. When we enter into a long-term relationship, whether marriage or any other committed situation, how each individual handles money – and how a couple manages household finances together – becomes vitally important. Even so, it might not […] The post Matrimon(e)y: Creating Sustainable Happiness ...

  • Celebrating Arizona’s Heritage and 105th Birthday

    By Riley Hoffman  This year, on Valentine’s Day, our beloved state turns 105 years old. With so much to offer, it’s hard to narrow down what makes Arizona great. The weather, the national landmarks, the colorful sunsets, not to mention the award-winning dining and hotel destinations, all make Arizona one of the most-visited places in the […] The post Celebrating Arizona’s Heritage and 105th Birthd...

  • Understanding Your Organic Options

    Part 1: A Brief History of Why Organic Matters By Tanya Glos Eating organic food is important, but do you understand why you have been changing your shopping habits, and possibly budget, to purchase organic products? Many people have personal reasons, but few understand the process by which organic farming was revived. Organic farming isn’t a […] The post Understanding Your Organic Options appeare...

  • No Toxic Chemicals Used In “Green” Head Lice Treatment

    By Kimberly Pickens Understanding head lice is key to prevention and treatment. So what is head lice? They are parasites that feed on human blood from the scalp. Lice can attach themselves to the bottom of a single strand of hair and crawl their way up to the head. Head lice are primarily spread from […] The post No Toxic Chemicals Used In “Green” Head Lice Treatment appeared first on Green Living...

  • Spence Diamonds Opens in Scottsdale, Creates Eco-Friendly Diamonds

    By Riley Hoffman There’s something rocking the diamond industry…and it just opened in Scottsdale Quarter. Spence Diamonds is striving to create a safer diamond industry — one that doesn’t harm the Earth or exploit its workers through the arduous process of harvesting diamonds. Spence has perfected the Artisan Created Diamond, which are lab-created raw diamonds, […] The post Spence Diamonds Opens i...

  • Loved to Death? Popular Recreation Area Needs A Helping Hand

    By Jill Bernstein Arizona’s natural recreation areas attract millions of visitors throughout the year. All those visitors, if they aren’t careful, can create a lot of trash, degrading the landscape and increasing the risk of contamination or injury for visitors. Butcher Jones is an outdoor recreation area 31 miles northeast of Mesa near Saguaro Lake. […] The post Loved to Death? Popular Recreation...

  • Homemade Crab Cakes

    Whip up these deliciously simple crab cakes for the perfect Valentine’s appetizer! Ingredients: 1 lb lump crab (sustainable) 1 jalapeno, diced with seeds removed 1 small red pepper, diced with seeds removed 1/4 cup fennel, diced 1 egg 2 Tbsp Panko bread crumbs 2-3 Tbsp Sriracha or hot sauce Salt, to taste Pepper, to taste […] The post Homemade Crab Cakes appeared first on Green Living.

Green Living AZ Magazine

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  • January Launch Party 2017

    Thank you to everyone who attended our first launch party of 2017 at the impressive OakCraft, Inc. Elegant Cabinetry office, showroom and warehouse in Peoria! Don’t miss our upcoming party! Find more information and RSVP at greenlivingaz.com/party A big shout out to our sponsors from the party: Host and Title Sponsor: OakCraft Elegant Cabinetry / […] The post January Launch Party 2017 appeared fir...

  • Master Gardener Monthly: February, A Time to Plant!

      By Ric Coggins Arizona is a wonderful place to grow green things year round. Whether you have a balcony or a barnyard, almost any type of fruit or vegetable can be successfully grown here. The key is that you must select the right varieties and plant them at the right times. For spring crops, […] The post Master Gardener Monthly: February, A Time to Plant! appeared first on Green Living.

  • Walking Your Way to Better Heart Health

    By Daniel C. Ruacho Thomas Jefferson once said, “Walking is the best possible exercise. Habituate yourself to walking very far.” Jefferson, being fond of exercise and walking, specifically begs the question why run when you can walk? Even with heart disease being the number one killer in America, motivation to exercise can be difficult to […] The post Walking Your Way to Better Heart Health appear...

  • Vegan Thai Red Curry Noodles

    Noodles are the perfect sexy entrée for Valentine’s Day – this dish is easy to make, scrumptious, and still light enough to keep you feeling spunky. Featured in Tess Challis’ “100 Vegan Entrées” e-book. Make Tess’ dish at home with the recipe below and be sure to visit her at the upcoming PHX Vegan Food […] The post Vegan Thai Red Curry Noodles appeared first on Green Living.

  • A Life in Art: Local Artist Patsy Lowry Shares her Inspirations

      By Gretchen Pahia “It was a million to one that you would be one in a million.” This is a quote that personifies the life and work of local artist Patsy Lowry. Lowry was recently honored by the Arizona Capitol Museum as the first artist to be shown this year. “Seeing my paintings hanging […] The post A Life in Art: Local Artist Patsy Lowry Shares her Inspirations appeared first on Green Living.

  • NCAA Final Four Transportation Initiatives

    By Bret Scroggins The 2017 NCAA Men’s Final Four Championship game in Phoenix will conclude in April, however the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee (PLOC) is making sure its impact is felt long after the games are over. The PLOC wants attendees to embrace all that the Valley of the Sun has to offer by encouraging […] The post NCAA Final Four Transportation Initiatives appeared first on Green Livi...

  • Valentine’s Recipes: Paleo Brownie & Lemon Shortbread

    Impress your sweetheart and satisfy your sweet tooth with these healthy desserts from local restaurant Farm & Craft. Paleo Brownie Ingredients 2 cups cocoa powder 1 1/2 cups blended oil 3 cups gluten-free flour 1/2 cup olive oil 1 Tbsp vanilla extract 8 eggs 3 cups organic honey Directions With a hand mixer or whisk, […] The post Valentine’s Recipes: Paleo Brownie & Lemon Shortbread appeared first...

  • SRP’s President Shares his History of Family, Water, and Deep Local Roots

    By Amanda Harvey David Rousseau, president of Salt River Project, is a fourth-generation Arizonan with deep roots in the state, the farming community, and SRP itself. His family arrived in Arizona in the late 1800s to pursue agriculture, a history interwoven with SRP and the oldest water reclamation project in the country. “The whole premise […] The post SRP’s President Shares his History of Famil...

  • Barn Owls Used As Eco-Friendly Pest Control for First Time at California Restaurant

    By Emily Powell Few restaurant-goers find the idea of rodents particularly appetizing, which is partially why chefs and restaurant owners take extreme measures to eliminate mice and rat populations from their property. But the costs of keeping rodent populations low can be exceptionally high, with repeated applications of rodenticide being costly and wreaking deadly havoc on […] The post Barn Owls...

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  • Words from our sponsors: Veronica Bahn Essential Oils

    Listen to one of our fabulous sponsors, Veronica Bahn, talk about why she's excited to be a part of our upcoming Simple Solutions Summit this Saturday and what interactive fun she will be having at her booth. Check out the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/simple-solutions-summit-tickets-26790956472

  • Words from our Sponsors: Sesshu Design Associates and Allstate Appliances

    Listen to Tanya from Sesshu Design Associates and Melissa from Allstate Appliances talk about why they're excited about our upcoming Simple Solutions Summit on December 10! Learn more and check out the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/simple-solutions-summit-tickets-27158229997

  • Words from our Sponsors: Copenhagen Imports - Simple Solutions Summit

    Listen to Jens from Copenhagen Imports talk about why he's excited to be a part of our upcoming Simple Solutions Summit. Stay tuned for more videos from our sponsors and check out the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/simple-solutions-summit-tickets-27158229997

  • Words from our Sponsors - Simple Solutions Summit

    Listen to a few of ours sponsors talk about what they will be bringing to the Simple Solutions Summit in December. Be sure to come by to meet them and learn more. We are excited to see you all there!

  • Publisher & Editor-in-Chief Dorie Morales - Simple Solutions Summit

    Watch our publisher & editor-in-chief Dorie speak about our upcoming Simple Solutions Summit in December. Stay tuned for more videos featuring our sponsors! More info and register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/simple-solutions-summit-tickets-27158229997

  • Kitchens Southwest Launch Party (Part 2)

    Thanks to our participating guests, we raised $850 for the Kiwanis Eliminate Program at our October launch party at Kitchens Southwest. Thank you again to all who attended, and be sure to make it to our next launch party on November 3 at Steven Kretchmer Fine Jewelry!

  • Green Living Magazine October Launch Party - Kitchens Southwest

    Thank to everyone who came out to our October launch party earlier this month. We raised over $850 for Kiwanis Eliminate Program!! A special thanks to Kitchens Southwest and Oakcraft Cabinets for hosting! And thank you to our sponsors: Allstate Appliances, Earth Friendly Building Materials, Embajador Tequila, Lifetime Tea, The Pomegranate Cafe, Scottsdale Wine Trail and Witnessing Nature In Everyt...

Green Living AZ Magazine

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  • Inspiring a Better World through Collaboration

    By Bharat Venkatesh From a lovable eco-conscious rabbit to one of the largest business sustainability conferences in the state, learn how the ASU Sustainability Solutions Festival is inspiring collaboration. Illustration Contest for Arizona’s Largest Sustainability Literacy Collaboration This February, the call for entries for the illustration contest opens for the next edition of Jeremy Jackrabbi...

  • Editor’s Note February 2017

    If you’re giving Valentine’s gifts this year, instead of grabbing that supermarket bottle of wine and box of chocolates, find them locally. Make a reservation at one of Arizona’s thousands of local restaurants instead of the national chains. Or, if you’d rather stay in, visit the farmer’s market and pick up fresh local produce and […] The post Editor’s Note February 2017 appeared first on Green Li...

  • Climate Change Series: La Paz County

    By David A. Schaller If you are older than 34, you may remember an Arizona without a La Paz County. Our youngest county, La Paz was carved out of the northern reaches of Yuma County in 1983. With just 20,000 year-round residents, the county is the state’s second-least populated. Still, La Paz County has created […] The post Climate Change Series: La Paz County appeared first on Green Living.

  • Ocean Plastics Reduced With New P&G Shampoo Bottle

    By Emily Powell If you’ve ever paid a visit to a sandy beach along an ocean coast, you’ve probably seen the thick coating of plastic trash that washes up from the sea. This garbage stew is a mismash of plastic souvenirs from all the world’s coastlines, and it’s officially become more than just an eyesore to beach-goers: […] The post Ocean Plastics Reduced With New P&G Shampoo Bottle appeared first...

  • Eat Like Your Spine Depends on It

    By Dr. Igor Yusupov There are so many considerations when it comes to the food we eat. Where did the food come from? Is it organic or fair-trade? How many calories will it add to my day? What are the benefits of eating this versus eating something else? These are probably questions you’ve asked yourself […] The post Eat Like Your Spine Depends on It appeared first on Green Living.

  • Pomegranate Smoothie with Homemade Almond Milk

    Inspired by pomegranates sitting on her kitchen counter, Melanie Albert created a smoothie recipe reminiscent of her youth. She paired the sweet pomegranates with homemade almond milk to create a thick and creamy treat. View the recipe here and in Melanie’s new cookbook, “A New View of Healthy Eating.” Ingredients: 1 pomegranate 1 cup coconut […] The post Pomegranate Smoothie with Homemade Almond ...

  • Plant-Saving Solutions for 2017

    By JoJo Caramello As professional organizers, my sister Debbie and I are committed to our client’s success and the success of the planet. With every organizing job, we strive for zero landfill. When helping people to simplify and streamline their lives, we have found that most care deeply about sustainability and conservation as well. In […] The post Plant-Saving Solutions for 2017 appeared first ...

  • Artistic Inspiration: Kyllan Maney Builds a Career from Art and Education

      By Michelle Talsma Everson If you’re at all familiar with the Phoenix art scene, you’ve likely heard of multifaceted artist Kyllan Maney. If you don’t know her by name, you’ve probably seen her work around town in the form of a local mural, in a gift or art shop, featured in a show, or […] The post Artistic Inspiration: Kyllan Maney Builds a Career from Art and Education appeared first on Green ...

  • Fermented Cabbage – Food for the Body and Soul

    By Kianna Gardner The sour scent of fermentation wafts around an unlabeled tan building flaunting an aged red awning. The owner of Garden Goddess, Suzette Smith, is sifting a bowl of chopped ginger root into a mixer filled with purple cabbage. Her eyes are bright red from chopping onions. “We are making the biggest batch […] The post Fermented Cabbage – Food for the Body and Soul appeared first on...

  • He’s Green, She’s Green: Kombucha

    By John and Jennifer Burkhart If you’re aiming for a healthier you in 2017, probiotics should definitely be on the menu. With approximately 70 percent of the immune system located in the gut, it’s important to keep those little bugs in healthy balance. Kombucha tea can do just that. Before you wrinkle your nose (like […] The post He’s Green, She’s Green: Kombucha appeared first on Green Living.

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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...

Green Living AZ Magazine

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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...

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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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