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ADOPT A PARK

Co-Chair Ashley Camhi lead the way to providing an active outlet for our organization through the Tempe Adopt A Park program.

AZSA has adopted a park in Tempe on the south side of Rio Salado which goes west from the Tempe Center for the Arts to Priest Drive. The program includes removal of invasive plant species, undergrowth, and trash, along with pruning dried flower stocks off the Red Yucca when in season, sweeping sidewalks, replacing trees, and other general maintenance as needed. This will allow Tempe to introduce native plants, which in turn will bring back native insect and animals. It will also increase the diversity in the park, make it sustainable and encourage people to spend time in them.

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Adopt a Park

August 20th, 2017|

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. [...]

Adopt A Park

August 13th, 2017|

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 [...]

Adopt-a-Park Update, August 6, 2017

August 7th, 2017|

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 of the Arts. The park [...]

Adopt a Park Program.

July 30th, 2017|

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 of the Arts. The park area [...]

Adopt A Park Update, July 23, 2017

July 23rd, 2017|

by James Brucker, Adopt-A-Park Lead On Saturday we met at North Mountain Park for our monthly clean up. We had a great turn out. Twenty four people participated. This month we went off the trail [...]

July Adopt a Park Event – July 22

July 9th, 2017|

by James Brucker Save the date again because the next monthly Park Clean-up is July 22. Starting time will be at 7 AM, because Phoenix Summer. This month it is at North Mountain Preserve. The [...]

Adopt A Park, July 2, 2017

July 2nd, 2017|

by James Brucker Save the date again because the next monthly Park Clean-up is July 22. Starting time will be at 7 AM, because Phoenix Summer. This month it is at North Mountain Preserve. The [...]

Adopt A Park, June 25, 2017

June 24th, 2017|

by James Brucker, Adopt-A-Park Coordinator On July 22nd will be AZSA's first clean up at the North Mountain Preserve! We will pick up litter, remove plants and work on Trail Maintenance. It is scheduled 7 [...]

AdoptPark

June 14th, 2017|

by James Brucker We had a great clean up at Rio Salada Park in Tempe on Saturday. Over 20 people came to pick up litter and remove invasive plants.  In only two hours we were [...]

Adopt-A-Park

June 11th, 2017|

by James Brucker We have adopted a new park in Phoenix! We now have two parks to clean. The plan is to alternate each park every other month.  The new park is North Mountain Preserve.  12950 [...]

Adopt-A-Park Clean-up

June 4th, 2017|

Arizona Sustainability Alliance has officially adopted a park! We are going to take care of part of the Rio Salado Park that is just west of the Tempe Center of the Arts. The park area needs cleaning, invasion plant removal and some love.

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