Posted: 2013-12-01
Spadefeet, and whiptails, and horns! Oh, my!by Robert Villa (cascabel1985@gmail.com), Tucson Herpetological Society Our Devonian and Mesozoic Neighbors We are fortunate to live in a vibrant and diverse barrio of people, art, food, community, and urban ecology. It’s not hard to miss... and be a part of! Even in our back yards, we host plants and animals native to our world-… See more
Posted: 2013-10-25
Event Date:
Location: Dunbar/Spring Community Garden, Orchard, & Mini Nature Park, NW corner of 11th Avenue and University Blvd.Mesquite Pancake Brunch (brought to you by Watershed Management Group): 11 am to 2 pm.Bicycle and Walking Tours of neighborhood to view strategies reclaiming public space for life: 2 pm to 3 pm.Mesquite-pod Milling:… See more
Posted: 2013-10-25
Event Date:
Please join the historic Dunbar/Spring neighborhood for an afternoon of celebrating local musicians, food trucks, and the incredible fall weather in conjunction with the annual Mesquite Milling Extravaganza located in our one and only Dunbar/Spring community garden. Tucson Porch Fest celebrates local neighborhoods and musical talent in a family friendly… See more
Posted: 2013-10-18
AZ Public Media has produced another story on Dunbar/Spring Neighborhood and our rainwater harvesting efforts, this time focused on the Tucson Rain Jar Project. Click on this story to see the video or go here to see the article on AZ Public Media.
Posted: 2013-09-27
RAIN HARVESTING: Harvesting rain is a passion for many residents living in the Dunbar Spring neighborhood, north of downtown Tucson. Brad Lancaster and his neighbors share a few innovative ways to make the most of the rain that does fall in the desert. They also offer compelling perspectives on why rainwater harvesting is so important.