As they say, birds of a feather flock together. Once a year the Valley’s biggest fans of fowl and feather join up to check out some of the most tricked-out chicken cribs in metro Phoenix. The fourth annual Tour de Coops features a selection of... More »
If you have ever had a fruit tree in your yard in Phoenix, you know how difficult it is to keep them alive.
This is where the Valley Permaculture Alliance's annual fruit tree sale could come to th... More »
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Dreaming of growing your own fields of colorful flowers, juicy fruits, and vegetables galore? Are you worried our dry desert won't be abl... More »
When plant debris and vegetable table scraps are put into a pile and left to marinate with the heat and moisture of their own decomposition, the result is gardening black gold. The dark, earthy substance is the key to growing bigger, brighter tomatoes, healthier-looking flowers, and sweeter-tasting corn. Learn all about the science behind the art of composting during one of the many classes offered by members of the Valley Permaculture Alliance. The group of Valley garden and sustainability... More »