Gardening

Planting a few simple herbs reaps instant benefits

The number of people gardening is growing almost exponentially. Whether you are interested in starting small with an herb garden on your counter or taking a giant step into becoming a full-blown gardener (an ORGANIC one of course!), or doing it all with hydroponics, come on in! From composting to natural pest control for your plants to where you can get local support!

Radio Shows

Waste Free Kitchen

07.25.15

Dana Gunders, Natural Resources Defense Council, author and return guest! – Leave it to Dana Gunders to do all she does for the planet AND write the Waste Free Kitchen Handbook…

Mrs. Green's News


06.22.15
BALLE Anyone?

Or WHAT THE HECK IS BALLE & WHY SHOULD YOU CARE? 

Two or three years ago I am not quite sure I knew what BALLE stood for and even now I have to look it up. It stands for Business Alliance for Local Living Economies. This year I found myself attending a three day

04.30.15
Celebrating Earth Day

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” — John Muir

In lieu of our traditional newsletter this week – we want to celebrate Mother Earth with you! Help create a healthy planet by committing to a new sustainable habit…learn a few new ones by listening to one of these great Mrs. Green’s World shows!

02.27.15
Why Mrs. Green is Giving Away Her New Book

We really ARE giving away my new book, Your Mother Called (Mother Earth)…You’d Better Call Her Back to every person who becomes a Mrs. Green Sustainer at the $100 level or above. Please read on…

08.26.14
How to Make Your Backyard Even Greener

“To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower…” So wrote the poet William Blake, suggesting that the tiniest portion of the world is a microcosm of the whole. While it may take a poet’s vision to see the world in a particle of rock, his point becomes much […]

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Three Things About Fairfax Companies

1. Fairfax Companies is THE leader in southern Arizona for construction waste recycling. Their stated mission is “dedication to improving the environment through innovative and creative business practices”.
2. The Fairfax Companies take ALL of the following: construction and demolition debris, inert materials, green waste, recyclable materials, LANDSCAPE materials, aggregate materials.
3. They do LEED certification documentation. The Fairfax Companies is locally owned and supports numerous charitable organizations in our community.