Editor’s Note March 2017

Editor's Note

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By Amanda Harvey

As our beautiful spring weather transitions to the heat of summer, now is the time to enjoy all that March in Phoenix has to offer, including loads of fun outdoor events. Check out our Green Scenes calendar for great local events happening this month, including the McDowell Mountain Music Festival, Devour Food and Wine Festival, Tres Rios Nature Festival, Sedona Yoga Festival, and much more.

In our March Gardening & Agriculture issue, we help you get your hands dirty with articles about growing a background food forest, our Master Gardener Monthly Series featuring raised growing beds, part two of “Understanding Your Organic Options,” and holistic healing through grazing. Also featured this month: 20 ways to love your home this spring; the fourth annual Dinner with Wolves conservation event; a look at what’s green this year for Spring Training; the new city of Phoenix-Recyclebank partnership; the world premier of the “Riders of the Purple Sage” opera; and more.

Don’t miss our spring recipes for fresh avocado cups, a Luck o’ the Irish stew, tantalizing chile-glazed sweet potatoes, and more.

Our next launch party will take place on Thursday, March 2, at the Benedictine University adaptive reuse campus in downtown Mesa. Find out more about the university and other downtown revitalization projects in my article on page 26. Please join us at the Green Living March issue launch party to see the unique space for yourself!


 

Visit greenlivingaz.com/party for more.

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