Kids & Family

Mrs. Green with Isabella's Ice Cream truck family - Children's Museum Tucson

Seeing the world through the eyes of children means seeing a world of hope, creativity and change.  Mrs. Green loves kids, spends time with children of all ages and cares about what they have to say.  We dedicate this page to them and their families. We hope that families will help this section grow with great ideas and inspiring stories to ensure a brighter, greener future for all our children.

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Special Series: Creating Sustainable Communities – Native American Cultural Sustainability

12.02.14

Jennifer Juan & Matthew Lewis, Museum Specialists, Tohono O’odham Cultural Center and Museum – This Cultural Center is working to instill pride by creating a permanent tribal institution…

Mrs. Green's News


12.05.14
What’s Next?

You recycle, use cloth shopping bags, and you’ve eliminated plastic bottles. You shop locally, and eat more consciously. But do you ever feel like you’d like to go deeper – like to do more but you’re not sure what? Stay with me…

10.28.14
Let’s Get Rolling

Think walking, think bike riding, think roller skating, think skateboarding, think fun! Cyclovia Tucson is all that and more. It’s a day in Tucson where there are miles of car-free open streets where people gather to connect with dozens of neighborhoods and businesses that make where we live so unique. It has truly become one […]

10.27.14
From Greenwashing to Pinkwashing?

Truth be told, I believe the day will come (if it hasn’t already) that there will be adequate proof linking almost every kind of cancer to an environmental cause – from what we eat, from what we breathe, from what we put on our bodies, and the beat goes on. 

08.06.14
Healthy Washes, Healthy Children, Healthy You!

When the monsoons hit us  in Tucson, Arizona, let the show begin. Lightening takes your breath away, thunder makes you jump out of your seat, and skies seem to burst bringing the much needed rain. As welcome as they are,  the torrential rain storms sometimes cause our yards and streets to flood – almost in the […]

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Three Things About Girl Scouts

1. The Executive Director of the Sahuaro Girl Scout Council strongly recommended that Mrs. Green’s website have a Kids page — so we do!
2. Mrs. Green is thrilled because she is all about kids!
3. Girl Scouts is about being good stewards of the community and the environment in every sense of the word.