Living Green

Living Green in Cochise County

Sierra Vista Recycles!

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San Pedro Green is a Web site focused primarily on the San Pedro and Sulfur Springs Valleys in Cochise County, Arizona. It is a resource to further the distribution of information about how we all may more responsibly interact with our environment.

San Pedro Green Website


The Sierra Vista Natural Foods Cooperative is a member-owned cooperative planning to open a full service grocery store featuring a variety of natural and organic foods, local and organic produce, and other products.

Sierra Vista Natural Foods Cooperative


Baja Arizona Sustainable Agriculture, (BASA), is a 501c3 non-profit organization working to increase local sustainable food production and marketing in southern Arizona.

Baja Arizona Sustainable Agriculture


The Sierra Vista Mayor and City Council directed the City Manager to form an internal team of senior staff to focus on water mitigation and report the City’s efforts in its water conservation efforts. The mission of the team is to make sure the City focuses efforts on water mitigation through prioritizing water issues in the Sierra Vista Sub-watershed and that those City efforts are measurable, add value to the local community, and consistent with Fort Huachuca’s Biological Opinion.

Sierra Vista Water


The University of Arizona Cochise County Cooperative Extension list of Watershed Workshops

Watershed Workshops


Sulfur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative Cooperative offers two Energy Programs that promote energy efficiency and comfort. SSVEC has always placed a priority on promoting energy efficiency to their members. These programs are designed to help members save energy in their home.

Energy Programs


Cochise County water policy

Read the policy here


University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center - Layperson’s Guide to Arizona Water

Layperson’s Guide to Arizona Water Website


San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area Bureau of Land Management

San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area Website is your one-stop shop for all you need to know about reducing your impact, reusing what you’ve got and recycling your trash. Get involved in our world by checking in for daily news, reading weekly feature stories, surfing product channels and opting into our weekly emails.

Earth 911


National Geographic GREEN GUIDE makes living in an environmentally aware way personal, practical and positive. Intended for general consumers, GREEN GUIDE shows people how to make small changes that add up to big benefits for their wallets, for their health, and, of course, for the health of the planet.

National Geographic GREEN GUIDE


Eartheasy is about sustainable living. It offers information, activities and ideas which help us live more simply, efficiently and with less impact on the environment.



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