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Sustainable Arizona

Sustainable Arizona is a nonprofit information, education and resource organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in Arizona and the Southwest. It partners with sustainable businesses, nonprofits, civic groups, communities and governmental agencies to move Arizona towards sustainable development, balancing strong economies with healthy communities within a restored and preserved natural environment.
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PO Box 156
Sedona , AZ 86339
Contact Person: John F Neville
Phone: 928 282 2690
E-Mail: jneville@sustainablearizona.org
Website: http://www.sustainablearizona.org

Detailed Information:
Sustainable Arizona Resource and Education Council is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Arizona and the Southwest. We work with businesses, individuals, governments and other organizations to build resilient economies, strong communities and healthy natural environments. In concert with other organizations, Sustainable Arizona hosts workshops and conferences to educate and inspire citizens, government officials, and business professionals to choose sustainable practices and conservation technologies. As part of our Sustainability Resource Center, our experts gather information and publish online reports about new technologies, projects and events that support sustainable environmental, community and economic goals.

Our Community Online offers free, open forums where anyone can network and engage in dialogue about the critical issues of the day. Our Community Bulletin Board and Calendar are where groups can post information about their upcoming events. Register for free online access to news and updates. Exchange information about your efforts in sustainability practices or projects. If you have a sustainable product or service you'd like to share with others, submit it to our news page or our special sponsors banner area.
Come join us together we can improve the quality of life in communities across Arizona and the Southwest.

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