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Take Action to Reduce Pesticides in Scottsdale

Local Action Alert
Approximately 160 communities in more than 20 states restrict the use of toxic pesticides. Scottsdale BELIEVE, a grassroots group of Scottsdale residents, is working to make Scottsdale the first in Arizona.

The Journey to Home

John Butler Inspires Hope and Awareness
If I can give that feeling to one person at every gig I play—because of what that experience gives to them, what it gives to me and in turn, what it gives to the world—if I can be a vehicle of that energy, then I’m doing my job.

Read More, Need Less

If one of your New Year's resolutions is to live more simply, these books may get you inspired to embrace the joy of letting go.

Helping Horses and Humans

Nearly 70 horses have called Tierra Madre “home” over the years, and their horses have been as happy and as healthy as the sanctuary could have ever imagined.

Yoga for Amputees

Yoga is increasingly more accessible for diverse populations, one of which is amputees.

Three Ways to Feng Shui Your Home Using Nature

When assessing the feng shui of a home, the objective isn’t always just about beautifying it from an aesthetics point of view with the proper placement of furniture or interior décor.
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Archive »Local Community Briefs

Hiking with Dogs at Lost Dutchman State Park

On Monday, May 20, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., there will be a dog-friendly hike starting at the Cholla Day Use Area and following a social trail down to the Crosscut Trail toward First Water Road and back.

Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area

The Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area is the newest addition to Maricopa County's Regional Parks System.

West Valley Women's Health and Beauty Expo

The 19th annual West Valley Women's Health and Beauty Expo will be held on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Glendale Civic Center.

Local Action Alert

Approximately 160 communities in more than 20 states restrict the use of toxic pesticides. Scottsdale BELIEVE, a grassroots group of Scottsdale residents, is working to make Scottsdale the first in Arizona.
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Archive »Environment

EPA: A Muzzled Watchdog

E.G. Vallianatos Seeks to Put Bite Back into the Agency
Political corruption has resulted in America’s most critical environmental enforcement unit turning into the “polluter’s protection agency.”
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Archive »Community Building

Youths Step Up to the Global Challenge

Fresh Hope for a Troubled Planet
Realizing that they can’t wait for adults to fix our sweeping societal and environmental problems, young people are taking meaningful action to end business as usual.
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Archive »Community Building Briefs

City Smarts

Urban Planning Goes Green

Elder Force

Retired Volunteers Keep National Parks Humming

Farm Therapy

Veterans Heal Through Agriculture

Floral Throughways

Garden Clubs Help Beautify Roads

Grassroots Gumption

Sweet Potato Project Encourages Enterprise

Literacy Project

Dolly Parton Donates Millions of Books