Arizonans will learn to live, work and play green in new magazine

GREEN LIVING AZ Magazine launched this month.  It’s a monthly, eco-conscious lifestyle magazine whose mission is “To educate our readership through a positive lens about simple green solutions and options for our daily lives and our ability to decrease our environmental impact.”

The content is focused into three sections: Live Green, Work Green and Play Green.  Green Living AZ will highlight the latest green news, sustainable business practices, products, art, beauty, wellness and home trends.  “Green Living AZ is designed to empower our readers with new ideas and inspirations, using nature’s resources to lead a more sustainable life,” said Tishin Donkersley, Editor-In-Chief.  “Our goal is to provide a content-driven magazine focused on raising awareness and consciousness of the green evolution by providing credible, creative and consistent material that will educate readers about real solutions and entertain them along the way.”

Living up to its name, Green Living AZ is a green publication printed on recycled, post-consumer-waste paper, using soy-based inks and no UV-coating.

It was created by long-time Valley publisher John Stacy and Dorlissa Morales, who has been a publisher in Tucson for the past 12 years and serves as Associate Publisher of the magazine.  Those interested in advertising or suggesting editorial content for the magazine can receive more information by sending an email to info@greenlivingAZ.com.

The magazine’s debut issue is available at a variety of locations throughout the state, including popular stores Whole Foods, AJ’s Fine Foods, Fresh & Easy and Sunflower Farmer’s Market.  Monthly subscriptions are available for $39 per year and proceeds from each subscription will be given back to the community (visit the website for more information.)

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