Monthly Archives: September 2017


Best Practice Workshops for Anyone Who Wants To Grow Food In Their Backyard, Park or Community Garden

Growing Food 101 - How to Start Your Backyard or Community Garden * (Recommended for first time backyard and community gardeners) Growing Food 201 – Once You’re Ready For More Than The Basics**   Workshop #1 - How to start a community garden to grow your own food * Date: Saturday September 23 from 8 [...]

By |September 27th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Produce on Wheels Keeps Rolling…

60 Pounds of Produce for $10.  In November, Red Mountain United Methodist church, will begin distributing fresh produce on the 3rd Saturday of each month through May 2018. Borderlands Food Bank  will supply the surplus veggies and fruit. Please register on the Borderlands website. This is an effort by Red Mountain to chip away [...]

By |September 21st, 2017|Action|0 Comments

From Heat Waves to Hurricanes: What We Know About Extreme Weather and Climate Change

From Heat Waves to Hurricanes:What We Know About ExtremeWeather and Climate Change By NADJA POPOVICH SEPT. 15, 2017 It’s been a hectic end to summer, meteorologically speaking. Back-to-back hurricanes raked Texas, Florida and the Caribbean. A Labor Day heat wave broke temperature records in San Francisco and strained California’s electricity grid. Wildfires continue to rage [...]

By |September 21st, 2017|Uncategorized|1 Comment