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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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March 29, 2019
  • Food Systems Monthly Meeting

    March 29, 2019  6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    The Grand, 718 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA

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April 2, 2019
  • Renewable Energy Meeting

    April 2, 2019  6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Tempe Public Library, 3500 S Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282, USA

    Please join us at the Tempe Public Library in the BRIC Training room for AZSA's Renewable Energy meeting. In the meeting we will be discussing current and future projects. Come help us brainstorm future projects and talk about energy!

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April 6, 2019
  • Indian Bend Wash Clean up

    April 6, 2019  8:00 am - 11:00 am
    1305 E Curry Rd, Tempe, AZ 85281, USA

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April 13, 2019
  • New Volunteer Orientation

    April 13, 2019  2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
    Tempe Public Library, 3500 S Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282, USA

    AZSA is holding our 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.

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

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2 days ago

Arizona Sustainability Alliance

WE PLANTED 75 NATIVE TREES AND CACTI! #RestoreForResilience 🌵🌵🌵
Last month, we teamed up with conference attendees and planted 75 native plants on the Penny Howe Trail at North Mountain. The collective effort was also in partnership with Microsoft, American Forests, and the City of Phoenix, AZ USA Department and their Park Stewards. 🏞

Led by our Adopt-A-Park Priority Leader Kelsey McKeighan, we had over 35 volunteers dedicate their morning to restoring the beauty of the Penny Howe Trail, which is an educational and barrier-free trail that has interpretive plant signs to point out and provide information about the park’s native plant species. Due to their natural life cycles, a lot of the plants around these signs have died over the years. Our planting helped to replenish many of these species, including saguaro, ocotillo, barrel cactus, iron wood tree, teddy bear cholla, artichoke agave, and globe mallow. 🌵🌾🌱
The day proved to be beneficial to the park, all of our partners, and all of the wonderful volunteers who came out to help. A HUGE thank you to all of our partners and volunteers for helping make this event happen. We couldn’t have done it without you! 👏👏👏
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Happy Friday! This week we're featuring one of our project coordinators Kevin Guhman. We wanted to know why he chose to become involved with AZSA, and what he enjoys most from being in the organization. Here's what he had to say:

"I’ve always loved nature, our environment and have had a deep sense of compassion for all living things. The current state of humanity’s impact on our environment is of great concern to me. So I feel compelled to work on this issue and to protect something I love so much, and to bring hope for a better future.
AZSA is a wonderful organization of passionate people striving for a common goal: a better future. I really love that AZSA works on projects that have an impact today. A great example is the project I’m currently involved with. I’m the project manager for a solar installation at Maya’s Farm, a small local organic operation. We are working to increase their sustainability efforts by converting their current energy use to renewable energy.
I love the people! Everyone is so passionate and dedicated to helping make our world a better place."

Interesting in joining the team? Click here:
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3 days ago

Arizona Sustainability Alliance

TIME TO GET YOUR JUICE ON! We are so excited to announce that this April, we will be partnering with Juby True to celebrate #EarthMonth! Juby True is an organic juice bar located in Phoenix and Scottsdale that offers a variety of healthy juices, smoothies, coffees, teas and snacks. For the entire month of April, Arizona locations of Juby True will be donating a percentage of their green juice purchases to AZSA! Check out the link below to learn more about Juby True, and mark your calendars and share in our thanks to Juby True!
#JubyTrue #AZSA #EarthMonth2019
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Arizona Sustainability Alliance supports a diverse pool of projects. AZSA currently focuses on 7 priorities:

Urban Forestry
Sustainable Food Systems
Renewable Energy
Water Resources Management
Sustainable Business

Which one interests you most? Keep following our social media for updates or events! Our problems seem vast, but breaking them down helps AZSA fight for an environment that will last.
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5 days ago

Arizona Sustainability Alliance

Hey Phoenix! This week, AZSA is going to be at AFCOM & Data Center World Global 2019, the world's largest data center trade show, at the Phoenix Convention Center! Heading to the conference? Be sure to check out our booth in the Exhibit Hall on Thursday and Friday! We’ll have a number of our talented volunteers eager to talk with attendees about all things tech and innovation in the world of sustainability. Looking forward to seeing you there! #AFCOM #DataCenterWorld ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Tuesday everyone! Here's a quick update about one of our projects within the sustainable food systems priorities: Food Tech For The Future. On March 5th we started building the second computer with students in the science club at Glendale High School.

We should be be completing this install by April and then we’ll be installing a digital farm. We also planted seeds in the 1st computer and have kale, basil, mustard tender greens and rainbow chard! Huge thanks to our sustainable food systems priority leader Tearsa Saffell! Stay tuned for more details.
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It's Featured Face Friday! This week we asked our Gilbert City Liaison Josh Moore to share what his experience with AZSA has been.
This was his response:

"I have been with AZSA for about 8 months now. It is very exciting being a part of a team that is so passionate about change. We have several great priorities each with focus and determination to make an impact on our communities sustainability needs. As the city liaison for Gilbert, I spend my time developing relationships with its leaders and communities looking for opportunities that AZSA can take advantage of by creating projects and take action to fulfill sustainable needs. One of the greatest features of being a city liaison is that I must be very aware of all priorities and the exciting projects that they are taking on. This gives me reason to be actively involved in all areas such as Food Systems and assisting with the first build of a food computer. Water Resource Management and helping them educate Gilbert’s elementary schools. With a wide variety of projects, something exciting is always happening within AZSA and I get to be a 'jack of all trades'."
We'll feature another hard-working volunteer next Friday!
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“Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.”
– Margaret Mead