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  • 5 Tips to Increase Workplace Time Management

    By Margo Brown We all get 24 hours in a day. Making those 24 hours work for us in terms of productivity is an ever-elusive Holy Grail. The problem is, you’re not really managing time. What you are managing is you. Once you realize the power is in your hands to manage your hours, it becomes […] The post 5 Tips to Increase Workplace Time Management appeared first on Green Living.

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  • Master Gardener Monthly: Get your Garden Summer-Ready

    By Kelly Murray Young April is a bittersweet month for those of us who live in the Sonoran Desert. We try to live in the moment, savoring April’s warm days and cool nights and pushing thoughts of the coming summer out of our heads. The heat is coming, like it or not, but we can […] The post Master Gardener Monthly: Get your Garden Summer-Ready appeared first on Green Living.

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  • Water Conservation: What are Arizona cities doing to reduce water consumption?

    “Water use in Arizona peaked in 1980 and has been declining since, even as population has more than doubled,” according to John Fleck, author of “Water is for Fighting Over and Other Myths about Water in the West.” Fleck points to Phoenix, where “total water use (not per capita, total) peaked in 2002. Since then, […] The post Water Conservation: What are Arizona cities doing to reduce water consum...

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  • Climate Change Series: Navajo County Preparedness is the Key to Wildfire Protection

    Navajo County is a land of contrast stretching more than half the length of the state, from Monument Valley along the Utah-Arizona border south to the Mogollon Rim at the latitude of Phoenix. In the north, the county’s high plateau grasslands and open spaces dominate. Moving south, the landscape changes dramatically as the forests, streams […] The post Climate Change Series: Navajo County Prepared...

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  • Advancing Sustainable Ranching with Organic Hay

    By Emily Powell What do horses and grocery store milk have in common? Both horses and dairy cows are usually fed similar diets of grass hay or alfalfa hay, which, when grown on free rangeland, boast robust levels of naturally-occurring, valuable micronutrients that support animal and ecosystem health. But commercialized hay agriculture has developed bad […] The post Advancing Sustainable Ranching ...

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  • 10 Ways to Save the Planet

    By JoJo Caramello April 22 is Earth Day! This is a perfect time to raise awareness of what everyone can do as individuals and as a community to improve the health and wellbeing of the planet and all its inhabitants. Here are some planet-saving solutions to celebrate the Earth every day: Bring your own bags […] The post 10 Ways to Save the Planet appeared first on Green Living.

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  • Did You Know? Fun Green Facts

    Green Living magazine has a new section! Check here every month for some fun facts and stay green! This month we focused on tips to help you with spring cleaning. 1 Foil balls can replace dryer sheets The average family of four does 480 loads of laundry per year! That amounts to about 480 chemically-laden […] The post Did You Know? Fun Green Facts appeared first on Green Living.

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  • Cool Outrageous Stuff: April 2017

    1 Support Your Community Garden, One Cup at a Time Support Mesa Urban Garden (MUG) with your own MUG mug! Downtown Mesa coffee houses and businesses are showing their community spirit by selling these beautiful indigo ceramic mugs with proceeds going towards the garden. Mesa Urban Garden opened in the downtown area in January 2013 […] The post Cool Outrageous Stuff: April 2017 appeared first on Gr...

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  • Green Champions of the Month: April 2017

    Each month in our Green Champions section we feature three people – one each in northern, central and southern Arizona – who are making strides in the green community. Since April is Earth Month we focused on people who are passionate about the outdoors and nature restoration. CENTRAL Dennis McClung, Founder, Garden Pool In 2009, […] The post Green Champions of the Month: April 2017 appeared first...

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  • Prescott’s Palsolaral House Shines: The Towering Achievement of Falcon Nest

    This home soars. At 124 feet, Falcon Nest is the country’s tallest single-family house. It was designed by Phoenix architect Sukumar Pal, AIA, and built beside the 6,514-foot Thumb Butte in Prescott, Arizona. Completed in 1994, the 4,362-square-foot mid-rise home, also known as the Palsolaral House, exemplified passive solar design almost a quarter-century ago. The […] The post Prescott’s Palsolar...

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  • Stardust Building Supplies Celebrates 20 Years and 80 Million Pounds Diverted from Landfills

     By Amanda Harvey   Stardust Building Supplies has grown from humble beginnings since its inception two decades ago. For thousands of locals, Stardust’s three Valley home improvement thrift stores are an affordable resource for their home remodels and fun DIY projects. Countless others have used Stardust’s free deconstruction services during their own remodels or have […] The post Stardust Buildin...

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  • Book Review: “A Tango with Cancer: My Perilous Dance with Healthcare & Healing”

    Review By Kamilla Graham A passion for life is tangible in Apryl Allen – you see it in her work and you hear it in her voice. A former Ms. Arizona and award-winning musical talent, Apryl is a powerful voice in her community. Apryl’s music tells the stories and the history of a culture that […] The post Book Review: “A Tango with Cancer: My Perilous Dance with Healthcare & Healing” appeared first o...

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  • He’s Green, She’s Green: Greening Your Medicine Cabinet

      Now that Spring is in full swing and (we hope) all the winter germs are gone, it’s time to clean out your medicine cabinet. Anything expired? Anything with icky ingredients like parabens, sodium lauryl sulfate, phthalates or aluminum? Toss ’em out and “green” your medicine cabinet with earth-friendly, animal-friendly and human-friendly products. Check out […] The post He’s Green, She’s Green: Gr...

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  • Hidden Cove Petroglyph Park: Holbrook’s Secret Gem

    By Jill Bernstein Arizona is home to a diverse array of distinct landscapes filled with natural beauty and the echoes of past civilizations. These hidden gems in and around small towns are the heart and soul of our state. Many of these small towns are finding ways to showcase their uniqueness in ways that enable […] The post Hidden Cove Petroglyph Park: Holbrook’s Secret Gem appeared first on Gree...

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  • New Fellowship Innovates to Solve Global Challenges

    By Jamey Anderson Reducing carbon pollution. Protecting vulnerable species. Ensuring food supplies. The world’s most difficult challenges require its most brilliant minds. That is the belief behind a new multimillion-dollar fellowship launched by the global nonprofit Conservation International (CI) in February in Menlo Park, California. The Lui-Walton Innovators Fellowship, named for founders Dr. ...

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  • Experience an Earth Day Getaway in Cottonwood

      By Juliana Brutsche Looking for a staycation and a great way to celebrate Earth Day this year? Head to the Verde Valley for a weekend of wine, art and earthy fun! The Verde Valley Arts Council will host its inaugural Old Town Arts Festival on Saturday, April 22 from 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. The event […] The post Experience an Earth Day Getaway in Cottonwood appeared first on Green Living.

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  • Convert Your Water-Thirsty Yard into a Water-Wise Escape

    Did you know that over half of household water – even up to 70 percent – goes into our landscapes? That’s why a low-water-use landscape, or xeriscape, is one of the best and easiest ways to save water, save money on your water bill, and create a landscape that is much easier to maintain. Xeriscape […] The post Convert Your Water-Thirsty Yard into a Water-Wise Escape appeared first on Green Living.

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  • Artist Kathleen Werner Leaves Lasting Impression with Etazin

    Kathleen Werner is the creator of Etazin, a spectacular piece of art that remains housed on the Taliesin West campus of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Scottsdale. Etazin serves both as a functional chair and a stunning visual display that spans a massive eight-and-a-half feet tall and eight feet wide. The chair […] The post Artist Kathleen Werner Leaves Lasting Impression with Et...

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  • From the Outside, In Candice Drake-Hopkin Brings Health to Beauty

    By Michelle Talsma Everson Candice “Candy” Drake-Hopkin wears many, many hats. She’s a master esthetician, makeup artist, nail technician, and wig specialist who specializes in oncology skincare (skincare for those who are receiving cancer treatments) and corrective medical makeup. She’s the owner of Tuscan Soul Skincare; the executive director and co-founder of the nonprofit HUGS […] The post Fro...

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  • Editors Note: April

    April is Earth Month! My boyfriend and I recently visited the Grand Canyon to celebrate our five-year anniversary. Each year we choose a different place in Arizona to explore together and make memories. Both of us being Arizona transplants from California, we had yet to experience the Grand Canyon in all its glory. Being connected […] The post Editors Note: April appeared first on Green Living.

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  • “Green” Beauty: New Award Offers Big Break for Sustainable Cosmetics

    By Emily Powell Sustainable beauty products have earned an opportunity for recognition and further advancement at this summer’s Cosmoprof North America trade show. The event, hosted by Cosmoprof North America in Las Vegas from July 9th-11th, is launching a new awards program to recognize outstanding innovation in the beauty industry in all categories, including sustainability. […] The post “Green”...

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  • Keep Your Money Where Your Home Is

    By Kimber Lanning The federal government recently issued a state-by-state analysis of economic recovery showing states that recovered the most quickly and that reached pre-recession levels of economic strength. Arizona finished last, meaning we were the last state to recover from the great recession. There are many reasons for this lackluster state economy recovery, but […] The post Keep Your Mone...

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  • Make Bike Month Every Month

    By the Maricopa Association of Governments in cooperation with Valley Metro Every day, Mesa resident Greg Davies gears up for his morning commute. He takes a sip of his coffee, buckles his helmet, zips up his jersey, fills his backpack and rides his bike to work – something he’s been doing for more than 15 […] The post Make Bike Month Every Month appeared first on Green Living.

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  • Cleaning Up the Final Four

    By Bret Scroggins The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, better known as “March Madness,” is one of the most watched and attended sporting events of the year. With nearly 150,000 fans attending last year’s semifinal and championship rounds in Houston, it’s easy to understand why more cities are competing for the opportunity to host. […] The post Cleaning Up the Final Four appeared first ...

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  • He’s Green, She’s Green: Green Juice

      In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and healthy resolutions, we chugged some green beer…wait…green juice! Yeah, that’s it. Seriously though, we felt healthy as ever after drinking a week’s worth of spirulina and kale in a few hours. The next time you’re staring into the dizzying abyss of cold-pressed juices, trying to decide between […] The post He’s Green, She’s Green: Green Juice appeared first on G...

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  • Totally Ave-Some

      The Walk On! Kids Cooking Challenge is part of the 12th annual Walk On! Challenge, a free month-long health and fitness challenge held each year in February. With childhood obesity rates reaching epidemic proportions, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (BCBSAZ) designed this program to motivate fourth and fifth-grade students across Arizona to incorporate […] The post Totally Ave-Some appeared fi...

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  • Understanding Your Organic Options Part 2: Get Practical

    By Tanya Glos Last month, we covered the foundations of organic agriculture. This month, we’re getting more practical. Shopping, purchasing, preparing and eating organic food is practical! It makes sense, and more and more people are discovering this to be true, as was proved by the 2016 U.S. Organic Industry Survey. The Organic Trade Association […] The post Understanding Your Organic Options Par...

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  • Devour 2017 Culinary Classic Winners and Recipes

    DEVOUR CULINARY CLASSIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS RESULTS: SATURDAY Excellence in Presentation: Jared Porter, Clever Koi, Chilled Scallop Sno Cone Excellence in Innovation:  Taylor Domet, True Food, Torched Avocado Cucumber Noodles, Asian Mushroom, Turmeric Ponzu, Albacore Tataki Pickled Ramp, Fava Bean, Smoked Garlic, Chimichurri Excellence in Taste: Tamara Stagner, Helio Basin Brewing Company, Smoked Bi...

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