If you’re into harvesting water, energy or food — and who isn’t? — don’t miss this event.
This time of year, your tomatoes are tired, your squash is sulky — even the peppers are petering out.
Friends make the rounds at the wine tasting in Willcox.
An unoaked chardonnay, a dry viognier and a syrah could rival many a bottle coming from Sonoma County, California.
Interested in aquaponics? Don't miss the 2014 tour on Oct. 25. This home on last year's tour used a fraction of the water normally used for in…
You don't have to spend big bucks to collect rainwater.
The homeowners here filled in an old pool and made an attractive garden out of it. Rainwater is stored nearby and used for irrigation.
This home on last year's tour included a site-built cistern to collect rainwater and other green features.
Thanks to the miracle of composting, I have a half-dozen volunteer basil plants popping up in the garden.