Archive for March, 2010


Earth Month Events

posted March 25, 2010

Join The Watershed Management Group in celebrating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.  Earth Month events include: April 10th: Green Streets Block Party, 4pm to 7pm April 10th: Street Painting Event, 10am to 1pm April 17th: Samos Neighborhood Green Streets Workshop, 8am to 1pm April 18th: Green Streets Bike Tour, 10am to 2pm April 24th:  […]

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See Where Your Food Is Grown

posted March 18, 2010

Double Check Ranch at the Walking J Farm Amado, Arizona Here’s one to add to your shopping list on March 27 – fresh, natural, locally grown and grass fed beef.  See where your food is grown!  Go directly to the source!  The Walking J Farm (a member of Arizona ’s Double Check Ranch family) is […]

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Here Come the Chickens!

posted March 17, 2010

BECOME PART OF THE CHICKEN REVOLUTION! RAISE CHICKENS IN YOUR BACKYARD Come to the workshop teaching all aspects of raising chickens for meat and egg production ($20) rsvp 622-1917 $20

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A Conversation with Bryn Jones

posted March 16, 2010

Woods Memorial Library, Large Meeting Room (West side of 1st Avenue, just south of Prince) The March meeting of the Sustainable Tucson Working Group on Food & Agriculture will continue our series of programs featuring local leaders in food and agriculture. Bryn Jones, Executive Director of Native Seeds/SEARCH will join us for “A Conversation with […]

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Sizzle: A Global Warming Comedy

posted March 9, 2010

The University of Arizona’s School of Earth and Environmental Sciences is sponsoring the special presentation of SIZZLE: A GLOBAL WARMING COMEDY at The Loft Cinema on Wednesday, March 31 at 7:00 PM. Writer-director Randy Olson (FLOCK OF DODOS) and UA faculty members will do a Q&A with the audience following the screening. Tickets on sale […]

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Cyclovia Tucson

posted March 4, 2010

Cyclovia will give Tucson folks the chance to enjoy our great weather, see neighbors, friends and people from throughout Tucson, and get a little exercise – all on city streets that will be closed to car traffic and open to walkers, joggers, cyclists, skaters and all other forms of natural movement. Motor vehicles are detoured […]

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Put it on the map!

posted March 3, 2010

Dear Community Friends and Partners: The first print edition of the Green Pueblo Map showcasing our community’s favorite “green” places and spaces will be available later this year.  If you haven’t already done so, we encourage you to “make your mark” on the map by nominating your favorite sustainable sites at www.greenpueblomap.org . Please also […]

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