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Zac Efron’s Netflix Series ‘Down to Earth’ Explores Sustainable Travel

By Kyley Warren Netflix’s new limited series “Down to Earth” features actor Zac Efron in the role of television host, as he travels the world...

Outdoors

Social Distance-Friendly Adventures

Written by Kyley Warren “Grab your face mask and swimsuit, and embrace the long weekend ahead!” Summer is the prime season for adventure. Neighborhoods and public...

Fly Fishing – A New Way to Find Your Zen

BY TRACY HOUSE, M.A. “In our family there was no clear line between religion and fly fishing.” A River Runs Through It by Norman Maclean.  Fly...

Gila Trout

By Edward R. Ricciuti. When Robert Woods of Flagstaff walked into his hometown office of the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) February 28 with...

Domestic

Vermilion Cliffs: California Condor Playground

View the once almost-extinct birds this month at the Vermillion Cliffs by R.J. Brenner More than six million visitors flocked to the Grand Canyon in 2018,...

A Father-Son Road Trip Goes Green: Tesla sparks idea for a new tour

By John S. Martinson On July 1, my son, Neo, 17, and I will embark on a 6,000 mile, 31-day road trip across the West....

Glamping: Wild Luxury for Modern-Day Campers

By Lisa Racz. Arizona provides desirable weather nearly year round. The beautiful colored desert landscapes and the northern forest foliage make being outdoors and taking...

Romantic Destinations

   Photo courtesy of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce By Michelle Talsma Everson While red may be the official color of Valentine’s Day—and romance in general—we see...

Voyage Vixens

BY TISHIN DONKERSLEY, M.A. H.C. Anderson said “to travel is to live,” and sometimes, when you feel stuck, all you need is a journey to...

Arizona

Saving a Nature Wonder

Research through the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy could lead to major environmental breakthroughs By Janet Perez You’d be hard-pressed to find an arid area in the Southwest...

Sonoma with the Girls

By Elaina Verhoff  Sometimes when your birthday is around the corner, and you’re craving some quality friend time, you have to take matters into your...

For Field Trips and Road Trips to Nature Centers

Connecting With Destinations Through Visits to Nature Centers By Jada Lindblom Tourists often begin trips by seeking ways to get oriented in a new place and...

Back to Nature: A Visit to Cherry Creek Lodge

  By Dorie Morales. Rustic, yet with modern conveniences. That describes Cherry Creek Lodge, where visitors are treated to an authentic American cowboy ranch experience. Cherry...

Arizona’s Rivers, Lakes, and Streams: A Sustainable Economic Engine

By Haley Paul Outdoor recreation along Arizona’s waterways—think fishing, wildlife-watching and picnicking—is a thriving industry, generating $13.5 billion in economic output and supporting 114,000 jobs...
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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...

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...

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...

Empowering Local Businesses to Build Resiliency to Sustainability Challenges

By Kait Spielmaker in collaboration with Ryan Mores and Ashley Weisman GreenLight Solutions first appeared on my radar during Green Living Magazine’s 2019 Earth Day...

4 Ways To Have An Eco-Friendly Labor Day

Labor Day weekend is the perfect opportunity to bid adieu to summer—between neighborhood block parties, family barbecues, and even final dips into the backyard...

Conservation

Saving a Nature Wonder

Research through the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy could lead to major environmental breakthroughs By Janet Perez You’d be hard-pressed to find an arid area in the Southwest...

The Authentic Amazon

By Claire Kredens It’s no secret that the Amazon is one of the most biodiverse and important ecosystems in the world and currently faces high...

Why Nature Should Remain Secret

The unexpected consequences of geotagging By Kait Spielmaker What is Geotagging? If you are someone who is tuned in to the 21st century and the role that...

Vermilion Cliffs: California Condor Playground

View the once almost-extinct birds this month at the Vermillion Cliffs by R.J. Brenner More than six million visitors flocked to the Grand Canyon in 2018,...

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Easy Ways to Keep Your Community Clean

In honor of National Clean Up the World Weekend, we’re encouraging you to step outside of your home and into your gorgeous neighboring communities—and...

Dynamic Water Technologies in Tempe urges businesses to adopt new technology to reduce industrial water use

In less than 20 years, scientists predict fresh water supplies will dry up for more than a quarter of the world’s population as megadroughts...

Dropping Acid… Fulvic acid, that is!

Most medical breakthroughs take at least 17 to 20 years to find their way from the test tube to mainstream medical practice. Some of...

Staycation in Your Chemical-Free Backyard

"We had just completed our pool renovation, and I really did not want to put traditional chemicals into our new beautiful pool. I happened...

Wellness Wednesday: Tips for Eco-Friendly Meal Prepping

We have all heard about the wonders of meal prepping—it can help you save money, allow you to eat healthier, save time, and feel...

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...

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...

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...

Empowering Local Businesses to Build Resiliency to Sustainability Challenges

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4 Ways To Have An Eco-Friendly Labor Day

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