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The Arizona Sustainability Alliance is a group that recognizes sustainability as the core of continued improvement of the lives of Arizonans and the protection of the state’s natural resources.

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February 23, 2019
  • New Volunteer Orientation

    February 23, 2019  2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
    BRIC, 3500 S Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282, USA

    AZSA is holding our second monthly volunteer orientation. We welcome anyone who is interested in being a volunteer and learning about our opportunities! There will be volunteers there to talk about different priorities - renewable energy, sustainable food systems, urban forestry, water resources management, education, and adopt a park.


    Introduction: Volunteer Management Director
    Mission, history, AZSA vision: Executive Director

    Priorities Overview:
    - Sustainable Food Systems
    - Urban Forestry
    - Renewable Energy
    - Water Resources Management
    - Adopt-A-Park
    - Education
    - City liaisons
    - Other opportunities: communications, development, operations, volunteer management

    Time for volunteers to meet individually with the priorities they would be interested in volunteering with to discuss one-on-one the opportunities available.

    Please email to RSVP. Look forward to seeing you there!

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February 26, 2019
  • GreenBiz Tree Planting Event

    February 26, 2019  8:30 am - 11:30 am
    North Mountain Park, 10608 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85020, USA

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March 16, 2019


5 days ago

Arizona Sustainability Alliance

Environmental Day at the Capitol 2019 was as fun as it was productive. Our attendance grew from previous years with over 350 people registered from almost all of the legislative districts! Constituents discussed many issues with their representatives in celebration of Arizona's 107th birthday. Happy Birthday, Arizona!

Several individuals spoke to participants on the importance of environmental issues, including previous volunteer and friend of AZSA, Sheila Scanlan (first photo). This environmental educator described the students who attended as being "the heart of the people of Arizona who love the place they live in and so willing to fight for it".
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6 days ago

Arizona Sustainability Alliance

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6 days ago

Arizona Sustainability Alliance

Good afternoon everyone, we hope you are enjoying your Tuesday so far. Here's a photo update on our project "Food Tech for The Future: Growing Digital Farmers" in partnership with Glendale High School. They're not quite done yet, but we will be finishing up by the end of February. Huge thanks to Josh, Kevin, and Victor for their building skills to make our first food computer! ... See MoreSee Less

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Need to get some last minute shopping in? This Valentine’s Day, show your love for the earth and to AZSA! As you are doing Valentine’s Day shopping, select AZSA as your non-profit in Amazon Smile, and Amazon will donate a % of the proceeds back to AZSA! This is a great way to give back with minimal effort. Here is the link to get started:
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Don't forget to join us for our Renewable Energy meeting TODAY at 6pm. We will be meeting in the training room of Tempe Public Library to discuss ideas for new projects, and updates on current projects. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

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One of Arizona Sustainability Alliance's priorities is Sustainable Food Systems. We have been working to identify innovative projects that help us learn about the food we consume and how to make it more sustainable in all aspects.

We are so excited to announce that we are planning on piloting our project "Food Tech for The Future: Growing Digital Farmers". This is a partnership with Glendale High School which aims to educate kids on food technology, and excite them about alternative/futuristic methods for growing food. We will be doing this by building a "food computer". These a controlled growing environments where researchers can learn how plants grow best under different conditions. You can change variables like humidity, temperature, lighting, and pH to learn what conditions certain plants grow best under.

Why make a food computer the center of our project? There are many benefits to this project within a high school:

1. Students will get technological experience building a computer, coding, and setting up software.

2. The computers will be used as research instruments, so students can conduct experiments and share data about native AZ plant growth.

3. The students will have the chance to learn how to grow food indoors, and all become digital farmers.

When valuable, versatile skills are combined with methods of sustainability amazing things can happen. Stay tuned as we keep you updated on this journey, and pictures to come!
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– Margaret Mead