Water For Our Future Growth

Who’s Green  has decided to give water use a little extra attention in 2016.  We believe there are many steps, large and small, each of us can take to help keep an ample supply on hand. This is not only for ourselves but also for those who follow.  We will continue to provide you with… Continue reading »

Want To Green Your School This Year? Here’s 7 Easy Ways

Our kids spend a least 6 hours a day, 180 days a year, at school. Sending them off to a safe, chemical free school is as important as establishing  a clean, toxin free home. Helping your local school with their efforts to go green is worth your time and energy and will set a wonderful… Continue reading »

2011 Tucson Regional Xeriscape Contest Is Underway!

By: Christina L. Bickelmann In partnership with the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Tohono Chul Park, and the Tucson Botanical Gardens, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is hosting the Eleventh Annual Xeriscape Landscape Contest for professionals and homeowners. We are searching for water smart landscapes that feature native and low water use plants, attract wildlife, irrigate… Continue reading »

San Miguel High School

San Miguel High School opened in 2004 in order to create a learning community where students from families of limited financial means have the opportunity to develop to their full potential. San Miguel High School is a private, Catholic, four-year high school located in Tucson, Arizona. San Miguel Provides: Academic preparation for college Preparation for… Continue reading »

3 Easy Things

This week’s 3 simple things are REALLY simple! Pick one and make a difference today. BECOME BATTERY SMART Stretch your battery use. A battery too drained to power a flashlight might be perfect to operate your TV remote. Before you pitch it – switch it! CAR WASH This one is surprising. Did you know that… Continue reading »

Campaign for a Sustainable Arizona

For more than 40 years, The Nature Conservancy has been working with local communities, businesses and people like you to pioneer solutions that save the lands and waters that sustain Arizona’s iconic beauty, healthy economy and a rich quality of life. That’s why The Nature Conservancy is launching a bold plan for transforming conservation in Arizona called… 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 »

Maynard’s Market & Kitchen

The concept is simple. Buy local when you can. Buy responsible when you can’t. The vendors we partner with bring quality and flavors from the region –  in the charming Historic Depot. The Market: The Market features over 40 local vendors that bring quality products from all across Arizona to the Historic Train Depot. Browse… Continue reading »


We are a new gift boutique in central Tucson with many unique items. This includes items that are from recycled materials, such as: glass vases, metal letters, vintage train cases, night stands, some jewelry from corn cobs, etc. We also have eco-friendly items, like soap nuts, and biodegradable sponges. In addition, we have some fair… Continue reading »

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