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Positive Side Effects of Having Your Own Home Garden

The last time we addressed home gardening we discussed how simple it was to create your own garden at home.  In 5 steps we had our garden up and running.

In just the 3 garden seasons here in Arizona we have learned quite a bit! We are lucky to have 2 seasons to grow fruits and vegetables here in Arizona.  Basically from mid January to May, and then from mid September to mid December we have the opportunity to sustain ourselves right from our own front and backyards. 

Earth Day 2011: Thank you William and Elizabeth Kent!

By Javier Zuluaga

We use the words “sustainable, green, and recycling” in our conversations today on Earth Day. In the back of my mind I see a daunting task of how individuals can make a difference in keeping Earth protected (with minimal long term effects) while moving forward in our day and age.

Our recent visit to Muir Woods National Monument (12 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge) convinced me that individuals absolutely do make a difference!

Sustainable Future for Tempe Homes Now Underway!

Sustainable Future for Tempe Homes Now Underway!

12/02/2010 by Javier Zuluaga

Sustainable Garden in Tempe by Javier Zuluaga

"If it is meant to be, it is up to me." -William H. Johnsen

Green In The Valley Launches on Earth Day

Green In The Valley Launches on Earth Day
April, 22, 2010
On the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day today, we are launching Green In The Valley, LLC here in Phoenix...the valley of the sun. We are an eco-consulting company dedicated to reducing energy and water usage in buildings as well as creating healthier work and school environments. The beneficiaries are many; the business owners who reduce there overhead, and improve the working environment and productivity of their employees; the school administrators who see their new "Green" schools as living science labs with sustainable projects producing positive results for both the environment and the young minds sitting in the classroom.

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