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Harvesting Hope

Tiger Mountain Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering communities through gardening. The organization provides job skills and supports workforce development through neighborhood...

Feed Phoenix: Witnessing Nature in Food

Chef Jennifer Johnson left corporate America 19 years ago. What makes her happy? Feeding people. She began her quest for fulfillment as a personal...

Thankful Thursday: 4 Ways to Wake Up Grateful

We've all had mornings where we've woken up on the wrong side of the bed—it's natural for the stressors of work, relationships and life...

Strike Beer Into Environmental Action With Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co

It takes 5 gallons of water to brew 1 gallon of beer. And in the Arizona desert, our water supply must be used wisely. Patrick...

Wellness Wednesday: Time for a Tune-Up? Check Out Biofield Tuning

For this "Wellness Wednesday" feature, Green Living magazine contributor, Ric Coggins, explores the science behind biofield tuning. With no particular intention on my part, the...

Exploring Ecotourism with Green Travel Queen

The past few years have been full of global enlightenment, with a heavy focus on sustainability and change. This intense interest has even modified...

5 Nonfiction Books to Read This Fall

I learned to read when I was four, and I have not stopped reading since. Anyone who knows me knows that I always carry...

Swap & Shop

Back in 2010—long before sustainability was a cultural trend and fashion designers were hailed for their eco-conscious practices—Nicole Robertson was, like so many, simply...

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Genusee Eyewear Is Making Chic Frames Out of Flint’s Leftover Water Bottles

I grew up in a suburb of Flint, Michigan, and spent my early twenties renting an apartment right in the heart of downtown where...

Green is Gold

It’s No Secret: Sustainable Building is Here to Stay BY ROBRT L. PELA Martin Sempler is furious. His next-door neighbor on the quiet downtown Phoenix street where...

Building a Tiny House in Arizona – Is smaller better here in the desert?

WHAT IS CONSIDERED A TINY HOUSE IN ARIZONA In Arizona, any home built below 400 square feet falls under the category of a tiny house...

Pela Adds Biodegradable Sunglasses to Eco-Collection

Pela, maker of compostable alternatives to plastic, is expanding their collection of eco-friendly products to now include the world’s first sunglasses and blue light...

The Woman Behind @TraderJoesList Shares the 10 Best Products at Trader Joe’s

In the age of influencers and filters, it can be difficult to decipher what’s real and what’s fake. But a select few accounts have...