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Driven to Make a Difference: Three Women are Doing Their Part to Create Real Change in Arizona

By Kamilla Graham Women are making a difference in 2018, and not just in politics or industry. Arizona has a long history moulded by influential...

Arizona Wild Series: Arizona Trail Association

By David Schaller The Arizona Trail is 800 miles long and stretches from Mexico to Utah, crossing our state’s deserts, mountains, canyons, forests, and large...

The Desert’s Edge: Scottsdale City Council Long Awaited Desert Edge Plan

By Michelle Talsma Everson The Desert Discovery Center Scottsdale (DDCS) has been working with the City of Scottsdale for the last 18 months to come...

Outdoor Desert Dining Experience

By Michaela Puterbaugh “Open fire, smoke, game birds all inspire me when thinking about cooking in the desert, there is something very primal and personal...

Newly Opened Sam and Betty Kitchell Family Heritage Garden a Must-Visit

By Hunter Kossodo If you haven't paid a visit to the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix recently, then you are missing out on one of...

Join Us at Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival

By Lauren Griffin Green Living Magazine is proud to be a sponsor of the 5th annual Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival! The event will take place...

Nature After Dark

  By Sandy Muñoz-Weingarten If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder, he needs the companionship of at least one adult who...

Dust to Desert

By Edward R. Ricciuti Although all deserts share certain characteristics, to the ecologist’s eye they can differ significantly from one another. The 440,000 square miles...

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