Custom Solar and Leisure, LLC

Custom Solar and Leisure is the Tucson expert in Solar Power, Solar Panels, Solar Pool Heating and Solar Installation. Custom Solar and Leisure is one of the most highly reviewed Solar Installers in Tucson. Don’t take our word for it. Read our reviews on Google, Yelp or Tucson Electric Power. www.customsolarandleisure.com Custom Solar and Leisure… Continue reading »

Tucson Botanical Garden – Butterfly Exhibit

OCTOBER 12, 2009 – APRIL 30, 2010 About the butterflies All of the butterflies in the Gardens’ exhibit are hatched from eggs and live as caterpillars in butterfly farms in tropical parts of the world. When the caterpillars change into the pupae or resting stage, they are carefully counted, labeled, and packed. In the pupae… Continue reading »

Go Green–Ride Sun Tran!

The service Sun Tran provides is essential to improving air quality in our community by taking cars off our busy streets and utilizing clean-burning fuels such as Biodiesel and Compressed Natural Gas  (CNG). Sun Tran also utilizes solar energy to provide lighting at many bus shelters, reducing the amount of energy we use to provide… Continue reading »

Watershed Management Group

Watershed Management Group is a Tucson-based non-profit with the mission to improve people’s lives by integrating community development and conservation. We provide people with the knowledge and skills necessary to sustainably manage their natural resources. Our work includes: increasing vegetation in neighborhoods through stormwater harvesting, making conservation technologies affordable, using rainwater and greywater to irrigate… Continue reading »

Roof to Ground Rainwater Services

Don’t wait for planning and installation of a cumbersome rainwater system, start now with a lightweight Roof to Ground 90 gallon rain container. They’re portable and have a small cost outlay. Useful as air conditioner or MasterCool runoff receptacles, ideal for house plants and gardens. For more information see our website at rooftoground.com or call … Continue reading »

Iskash*taa Refugee Harvesting Network – ongoing, harvests fruits & vegetables from your trees & garden!

Do you have food growing in your neighborhood that goes to waste? Iskash*taa Refugee Harvesting Network is a community-based organization of refugees from all over the world. Iskash*taa means working cooperatively together in Somali. The organization harvests and collects foods that would otherwise go to waste, including approximately 30,000 pounds a year from Tucson area… Continue reading »

Tucson Nature Conservancy Rainwater Harvesting Tours – weekly, various dates throughout the year

The Nature Conservancy’s Tucson office, at 1510 E. Fort Lowell Rd. is continuing its rainwater harvesting tours by popular demand, to help educate the public about a variety of active and passive water harvesting techniques that can be implemented at homes and businesses. Call 622-3861 x 3437 for more information and to sign up for… Continue reading »

Tucson Nature Conservancy Rainwater Harvesting Tours

The Nature Conservancy’s Tucson office, at 1510 E. Fort Lowell Rd. is continuing its rainwater harvesting tours by popular demand, to help educate the public about a variety of active and passive water harvesting techniques that can be implemented at homes and businesses. Call 622-3861 x 3437 for more information and to sign up for… Continue reading »

Ironwood Tree Experience

Ironwood Tree Experience, a project of Prescott College, connects kids with their community through experiences in nature. Southern Arizona teens are exposed to their community through backcountry and urban activities that integrate ecological principles with physical and intellectual process that utilize a place-based education approach to learning. Learn more at  www.ironwoodtreeexperience.org Prescott College www.prescott.edu

TEP- GreenWatts Program

  Hi, I’m “Sunny” the GreenWatt. I work to preserve the environment for future generations by using natural sunlight to generate green electricity. Renewable electricity is energy created from natural resources such as the sun, wind and landfill gas. The GreenWatts Program lets you support renewable energy for as little as $2.00 per month. For… Continue reading »

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