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How the Humble Honey Bee Still Needs Our Help
It is hypothesized that flowering plants first evolved at least 140 million years ago, but, more importantly, the first pollinating bees co-evolved with these flowered friends.

How to Replace Your Laundry Detergent with a Berry from the Rainforest

This may sound crazy, but it’s actually a very easy and effective swap to make! These berries grow in warm, temperate to tropical regions and are a part of the lychee family, Sapindaceae.

Feng Shui Your Home to a Healthy Life

Embracing Ancient Wisdom in Modern-Day Living

Phoenix's North Seventh Street: Healthy, Green Living Options Galore

Near the Coronado Historic District, this neighborhood hosts a number of residents focused on being green and health and wellness.

Seven Keys to an Elegant Edible Landscape

Discover how to have a beautiful garden and eat them too. Agriscaping expert Justin Rohner shows us how.
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Archive »Local Green Living Briefs

Earth Harmony Festival

Enjoy conscious music, delicious food, local vendors and crafts, and presentations on sustainable living practices, in Tumacacori October 7 and 8.

Clean Air is Healthy Air

Air Quality Specialists helps Valley residents breathe cleaner air.

Enjoy Stress-Free Organic Sleep

Organic Living is offering ten percent off any organic mattresses in their Phoenix store.

Organic Sleep Makes for Sweeter Dreams

Skip the chemicals and sleep naturally with organic mattresses at Organic Living in Phoenix.

Take a Tour of Architectural History

The Willo Home Tour takes place in Phoenix's largest historic neighborhood February 12.
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Editor's Picks

Unplug Electronic Vampires

See Instant Savings on Energy Bills

Backyard Gardening

How to Get a Lot From Your Plot

The Dirt on Cleaning

Choose to Have a Green, Clean, Toxin-free Home

A Conversation with No Impact Man

Is "No Impact" an impossible concept? Colin Beaven shares his ideas.
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Green Living Briefs

Meat Menace

Animal Product Emissions Rival Oil

Loving It

Fast Food Giants Finally Address Plastic Pollution

Natural Pools

Swim Amidst Stones and Plants

Quick Quarters

Simple Eco-Houses on the Upswing

Boston Ban

Plastic Bags Get the Boot

Obsolete Packaging

Grocer Shuns Plastic Trays