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Culture and Sustainability

Act One & Culture Pass arts programs further green awareness in Arizona By David M. Brown Cultural and environmental appreciation are melody and harmony, flower and...

Green Scenes: July 2019

Central Arizona Multiple Days/Times July 2-31 JULY 15 & 20 Emergency Food Box Packing—Summer ’19 Helping hands wanted! The St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance of Phoenix is...

Green Scenes – June 2019

Central Arizona EVERY THURSDAY Crescent Community Bike Ride Presented by the Heavy Pedal riding group, Crescent Community holds a community bike ride for all abilities each Thursday evening...

Eco-pottery Artist Gives Old Glass and Crystals New Life

  By Jordan Diab. When you think of sustainability, what comes to mind? Recycling? Turning off the faucet? Purchasing a reusable water bottle? While these are...

Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show Offers Green Opportunities

A Horse is a Horse of Course, of Course By: Barbara Augsdorfer You may or may not be an expert about horses. Maybe you know the...

Tikkun Olam 3: Art exhibit challenges patrons to repair the world

By Barbara Augsdorfer The eclipse is considered a portal for human potential and growth. This can extend out to our communities and the world. We...

Fight Against Fast Fashion: Local designers inspire eco-conscious trends

By Laura Madden It’s no secret that fashion is among the most harmful industries in the world when it comes to waste and pollution. Ever-changing...

Found Creations: The Natural Art of Lora Barnhiser

By Cassidy Rust Looking at discarded, unwanted wood and being able to see beauty and art is a rare gift: a gift that Arizona...

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