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Adopt-A-Park – Weekly Update – February 14, 2019

by Kelsey McKeighan Our next park clean up will be held at Indian Bend Wash in Tempe on February 16th at 8-11AM. Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes, long pants, sunglasses/hat, sunscreen, and bring a water bottle. We will provide tools, work gloves, snacks and extra water. Please RSVP to kelsey.mckeighan@azsustainabilityalliance.com if you would like

Renewable Energy – Weekly Update – February 14, 2019

by Lindsey Marie Corsack Contact: Lindsey.Corsack@AZSustainabilityAlliance.com The RE priority has been making big steps! We have successfully rolled out our Renewable Energy Recreation program. Our first city we are working with is Phoenix. Our plan is to create a light-up playground that is powered by sustainable energy. This will educate the public on renewable energy, create

Adopt-A-Park – Weekly Update – October 25, 2018

by Kelsey McKeighan Park Clean Up This Weekend! Where- Indian Bend Wash:1305 E Curry Rd Tempe 85281 When- Saturday, Oct. 27 from 8-11AM What- We will be working to clean up the park by picking up trash, removing overgrown brush and invasive plant species, and maintaining the walking path Everyone is welcome to attend! If

Sustainable Food Systems – Weekly Update – October 25, 2018

By: Tearsa Saffell Contact: tearsa.saffell@azsustainabilityalliance.com We completed our second successful Help-A-Farm project on Sunday, October 21 at the St. Vincent de Paul Urban Farm in Phoenix. We learned all about the farm, and how they use the fresh produce to stock their kitchen and feed vulnerable populations. Our volunteers helped plant avocado trees, spinach, tomatoes,

Adopt-A-Park – Weekly Update – October 19, 2018

by Kelsey McKeighan Upcoming Park Clean Up! Where- Indian Bend Wash- 1305 E Curry Rd Tempe 85281 When- Saturday, Oct. 27 from 8-11AM What- We will be working to clean up the park by picking up trash, removing overgrown brush and invasive plant species, and maintaining the walking path Everyone is welcome to attend! If

Leadership Update – October 11, 2018

Leadership Update October 11, 2018 by Aubrey Coffey-Urban, Acting Executive Director Live From The Field! On Thursday, October 18 from 3-6pm, AZSA will be tabling at Devils on Mill! Our participation in this event is being headed up by Emmery Ledin.  She has some great stuff planned. Right now, she needs any of our volunteers

Sustainable Food Systems – Weekly Update – October 10, 2018

By: Tearsa Saffell Contact: tearsa.saffell@azsustainabilityalliance.com  The food systems team is in need of some volunteer help! We are currently looking for a co-priority lead, and project coordinator for our school vertical garden program. If you are interested in hearing more about these positions, please contact me, or apply on our website: https://www.azsustainabilityalliance.com/volunteer-opportunities/ AZSA will also

Adopt-A-Park – Weekly Update – October 10, 2018

by Kelsey McKeighan Join our next park clean up! Where- Indian Bend Wash- 1305 E Curry Rd Tempe 85281 When- Saturday, Oct. 27 from 8-11AM What- We will be working to clean up the park by picking up trash, removing overgrown brush and invasive plant species, and maintaining the walking path Everyone is welcome to

Leadership Update – September 27, 2018

Leadership Update September 27, 2018 by Aubrey Coffey-Urban, Acting Executive Director In the past couple of weeks, I have had so many opportunities to answer the question "Why do you volunteer with AZSA?" This has given me a chance to reflect on the way my answer has actually changed over the past year. When I

Sustainable Food Systems – Weekly Update – September 26, 2018

By: Tearsa Saffell Contact: tearsa.saffell@azsustainabilityalliance.com   We are so grateful for all of the positive attention that our Sow It Forward: Vertical Garden Program has been receiving.  We have been meeting with the schools to devise a plan for garden implementation, and have been ironing out the logistics of creating a garden team. It's all

Sustainable Food Systems – Weekly Update – September 10, 2018

By: Tearsa Saffell Contact: tearsa.saffell@azsustainabilityalliance.com We had a busy week that kicked off with the announcement that we won the Community Heroes grant on Sonoran Living on ABC15. We are so honored to have won the grant by popular vote, so thank you once again to everyone who took the time to vote and spread