Organize A Community Garden

Do you have a passion for plants or see a local need for fresh veggies?  A community garden could be the solution. Sound daunting? Follow these tips and help your neighborhood grow together. 1.    Get People Together- Make sure enough potential participants are interested. Decide on you garden’s purpose and whom it will serve. 2.  … Continue reading »

TEP- Tucson’s Community Solar Program

The Bright Tucson Community Solar Program offers an easy and affordable way to meet your electric needs with locally generated solar power. As a TEP customer, you now have the opportunity to purchase solar power in “blocks” of 150 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per month. You can buy some or all of your power through the program,… Continue reading »

Celebrate International Walk to School Month in October!

Information courtesy of Walk to Join kids and families around the globe to walk and bicycle to school in October. Communities are using the walk or bike to school as the first step to change community culture and create environments that are more inviting for everyone, young and old. Here are some reasons to… Continue reading »

Co-Working Spawns Sustainability

By Brock Sheridan There is an office concept sweeping the nation and having a positive impact on our environment at the same time. And so inconspicuous are these office complexes, that you may have one near you and not even recognized it. You may have passed one having thought it a closed restaurant, historic resident… Continue reading »


Spoke6 is a flexible office space to work independently or in collaboration other creatives in Tucson. Our mission is to provide professional co-working space for entrepreneurs and small businesses looking to work and hold meetings near Downtown Tucson. This space facilitates an evolving atmosphere of creative synergy for professionals and to provide educational events in… Continue reading »

EFAZ – Working Together For a Healthy Environment

Could you choose between restoring a river and preserving a park? What about caring for native wildlife or developing cleaner transportation?  With Environmental Fund for Arizona (EFAZ) you can support 29 environmental and conservation nonprofits, all working to make Arizona healthy, vibrant, and beautiful. EFAZ serves to connect Arizonans with the wide variety of green… Continue reading »

Clean Energy Foundation (CEF)

The Clean Energy Foundation (CEF), an international non-profit organization, is based in Phoenix. Its purpose is to develop renewable, clean energy solutions to help satisfy human needs for potable water, health, energy, education, and food. Current projects are related to biogas, solar lighting and water purification implementation. With operations currently in Nairobi, Kenya, the foundation… Continue reading »

Oasis Water Harvesting

Oasis Water Harvesting offers a line of products to get you started in the exciting undertaking of rain water harvesting. On our website,  you will not only see the great line of products we offer, but also information on how you can use those products.  Oasis carries rain barrels from 50 to 3,000 gallons and… Continue reading »

Save money by planting trees!

Courtesy of B.J Cordova-Tucson Clean and Beautiful Through its signature Trees for Tucson program, Tucson Clean & Beautiful can provide up to two low-cost trees for homeowners within the Tucson Electric Power service area. Selection varies throughout the year, but commonly available varieties include mesquite, desert willow, willow acacia, sweet acacia, palo verde, ironwood, and… Continue reading »

Farmers Markets

FARMERS MARKETS Tuesdays Community Food Bank Farmers Market– 3003 S. Country Club Road. 8a.m.- noon 622-0525 NEW! Farmers Market at Park Place Mall, 5870 E. Broadway Blvd. 1-6pm. Ed: 603-8116 Wednesdays Downtown Farmers Market and Arts and Crafts Mercado– Joel D. Valdez main Library, 101 . Stone Ave. 8a.m.-2p.m. 326-7810 Green Valley Farmers & Artisans… Continue reading »

« Previous PageNext Page »