Please check out the following links:
• www.gardenvisit.com. Are you looking for other gardens like Tohono Chul Park? Garden Visit has a vast database of information and photos from around the country.
• The Greater Oro Valley Arts Council
• www.thelearningcurvetucson.com. Designed for those who love to learn, Tucson's independent arts and humanities series offers intriguing topics presented by outstanding scholars who delight in teaching. You'll find classmates who share your passion for new ideas as you explore art, writing, literature, music, history, and more.
• Don't Trash Arizona. Litter affects all of us -- including our precious desert. It can be harmful to our plants and wildlife. Tohono Chul Park takes this threat to quality of life seriously, and encourages all to check out the Governor's website, to learn about litter prevention and the impact of litter on our state roads and highways.
• www.HarvestingRainwater.com. Features the book "Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands, Volume 1" and many other water harvesting resources including water budgets for Tucson vegetable gardens, native plants, and dryland-adapted exotics. The featured book highlights the work and landscape of Brad Lancaster, winner of the 2005 Tohono Chul Park/ADWR Xeriscape award of 1st Place Homeowner, under $10,000, and Best WaterHarvesting Homeowner, J.D. Di Meglio Artistry in Landscaping.
• www.DesertHarvesters.org. A grassroots effort to promote the sustainable growing, harvesting, processing, and eating of native foods. At the core of the effort are public mesquite milling where participants grind mesquite pods into delicious edilbe flour, and mesquite pancake breakfasts with prickly pear syrup, live music, and fun.
Native Seeds SEARCH
Purveyor of seeds native to the Sonoran Desert
The Sonoran Institute
This organization is dedicated to conservation efforts in Southern Arizona and Mexico.
Birding Resources - birding related news, books and web resources.
"Cactus Greenhouse House - Nikita Botanical Gardens"