City of Phoenix Update – August 20, 2017

Last week, Ashley Camhi and I met with the Chief Sustainability Officer of the City of Phoenix, Mark Hartman, and the Environmental Programs Manager, Rosanne Albright. We discussed many collaborative project opportunities with AZSA and the city.

Leadership Update August 21, 2017

Ashley Camhi and Tara Briscoe Lots of wonderful happenings these days at AZSA! First of all congratulations to Reyna Olvey and the Sustainable Foods team for running our first ever fundraiser! You guys did an [...]

Adopt a Park

by James Brucker, Adopt A Park Leader The Septempber 19th Tempe Park Clean Up was very successful. Nine people participated. We trimmed the flower and seed stalks all the Red Yucca plants in the park. [...]

City of Mesa Updates August 20, 2017

by Allison Boley  1. We are a finalist for State Farm's Neighborhood Assist grant and have the chance to win $25,000 to install energy-efficient windows in a low-income neighborhood in Mesa. You can vote 10 [...]

Live From The Field

by Ashley Camhi We are in the process of setting up meeting with Tempe City Council Members to discuss the Urban Forestry Master Plan. Once we have set dates we will create an event on [...]

City of Phoenix Update – August 13, 2017

I met with the city of Phoenix Environmental Programs Manager, Rosanne Albright, and discussed AZSA’s opportunities to assist the city in redeveloping abandoned brownfield properties into healthfields.

Fun With Foods Update

Sustainable foods had their August meeting on Sunday 8/13 at the Tempe Public Library and discussed our current projects as well as brainstormed for future projects. I encourage anyone who is interested to check out the minutes for that on our Facebook group.

City of Tempe Update

by Ashley Camhi Several AZSA members attended the Tempe City Council meeting this past week. We were lucky to have Carl Parrish speak on our behalf. The end result is that a Renewable Energy Working [...]

Adopt A Park

by James Brucker Arizona Sustainability Alliance monthly Park Clean Up has been scheduled. This month we are at Rio Salado Park that is just west of the Tempe Center for the Arts. The park area [...]

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