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Sustainable Food Systems – Weekly Update – May 10, 2019

By: Tearsa Saffell Contact: tearsa.saffell@azsustainabilityalliance.com This week we hosted the finale event for our Food Tech For The Future: Growing Digital Farmers pilot project at Glendale High School. Our team and Science Club students presented our successes to Microsoft and showcased the two food computers that we built and are using for research and experimentation.

Sustainable Food Systems – Weekly Update – April 25, 2019

By: Tearsa Saffell Contact: tearsa.saffell@azsustainabilityalliance.com This month our team volunteered at The Arizona Worm Farm as apart of our Help-A-Farm program. We helped to prepare 50 vermicomposting bins to be distributed to teachers for classroom composting education. Each teacher will be sharing this with at least 30 students, meaning over 1500 students will directly benefit

Leadership Update – April 5, 2019

Leadership Update April 5, 2019 by Aubrey Coffey-Urban, Programs Director and Michelle Bevins, Assistant Executive Director     Happy Earth Month! There's no better time than Earth Month to get out and support your local sustainability nonprofit. This April we have a lot of wonderful celebrations and fundraisers going on that you can participate in!

Leadership Update – March 15, 2019

Leadership Update March 15, 2019 by Aubrey Coffey-Urban, Programs Director and Michelle Bevins, Assistant Executive Director This week, we say,  "Thank You!"   On February 26, AZSA and the City of Phoenix hosted a native planting event for the attendees of the GreenBiz Conference. A big Thank You to American Forests and Microsoft for sponsoring

Sustainable Food Systems – Weekly Update – March 15, 2019

By: Tearsa SaffellContact: tearsa.saffell@azsustainabilityalliance.comWe have started building the second food computer with the Glendale High School Science Club for The Food Tech For The Future: Growing Digital Farmers project. This is expected to take until the end of March, and in April we will be installing a digital farm and starting experimentation. The students planted seeds

Leadership Update – April 24, 2018

Leadership Update April 24, 2018 by Ashley L. Camhi This has been a truly wonderful Earth Month. It has been exciting to see all of the projects that AZSA has accomplished. This past weekend we planted gardens with a groups of refugees in Phoenix. This coming weekend we have our first tree planting in Tempe

Urban Forestry – Weekly Update – April 23, 2018

by Aubrey Coffey-Urban In our last week before our tree planting at the New School for Arts and Academics, we are busy getting the final details into place. We are completing our tree selection, marking the utilities, and organizing snacks and water for the day. We have almost everything into place and we are really

AZSA at the March for Science

We had a great time talking with people at The March for Science on Saturday! We signed up volunteers, spread the word about all the wonderful projects we have going on, and gave away great prizes to folks who spun our wheel. The seeds and succulents in perticular we're very popular. Thank you to everyone

Urban Forestry (Tree Planting) – Weekly Update – April 9, 2018

by Aubrey Coffey-Urban Exciting news! We have a site location for our first tree planting! It is at a private school in Tempe and we are scheduled for an event on April 28, 2018. This will be our inaugural event for our Tempe urban forestry program. Unfortunately, we did not receive the additional funding from

Leadership Update – April 9, 2018

Leadership Update April 9, 2018 Ashley Camhi Happy Earth Month everyone!!! I hope that you are enjoying the incredible field of yellow that the Valley has turned into - the palo verdes never cease to amaze. For Earth Month we have lots of fun activities going on including tabling at the March for Science, our

Urban Forestry – Weekly Update – April 2, 2018

  by Aubrey Coffey-Urban   This week has been very exciting! We have had a lot of volunteer hours go into researching potential site locations in the past few weeks. We have one site in particular that shows a lot of promise for a project this month. Other than that site, we have quite a