The Arboretum at Flagstaff
The Arboretum at Flagstaff’s Mission is:
- To increase the understanding, appreciation, and conservation of plants and plant communities native to the Colorado Plateau
- To identify, evaluate, display, and introduce plants adaptable to the climatic and soil conditions of the Flagstaff environment
- To seek through scientific research innovative solutions to conservation issues of this high altitude environment
- To develop educational programs that increase the understanding of the need for wise stewardship of our natural environment
Civic Service Institute
The Civic Service Institute
provides a wide range of volunteer opportunities for students, seniors, and other community members.
City of Flagstaff Environmental Services
Help keep Flagstaff clean and beautiful. Volunteer opportunities include community clean-ups and adopt-an-avenue.
Coconino County Sustainable Building Program
The Coconino County Sustainable Building Program (CCSBP) is focused on conservation, energy efficiency, renewable, affordability, applicability, and innovation.
Coconino County Sustainable
Economic Development Initiative
Northern Arizona University works with
the Sustainable Economic Development Initiative (SEDI) in a number of ways:
Community Re-engagement for Arizona Families, Transitions, and Sustainability
Community Re-engagement for Arizona Families, Transitions, and Sustainability (CRAFTS) fosters sustainable communities.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Support regional growers and buy through the Flagstaff CSA and Local Market
Diablo Trust is group of ranchers, environmentalists, federal and state land managers, scientists, recreationists, and other volunteers who working together to:
• Sustain open space
• Live in balance with biodiversity
• Produce high quality food
• Restore watersheds
• Create stable, living soils
• Achieve community
and constantly learn from the land and share knowledge... so there will always be a West.
Flagstaff Green Map
The Flagstaff Green Map highlights Flagstaff’s environmental, social, and cultural resources. Northern Arizona University students created the project in 2006, and opportunities exist to help the map evolve.
The Flagstaff Sustainability Program
The Flagstaff Sustainability Program serves the community and municipal organization as a catalyst for economic, environmental and social sustainability through policy development, project implementation, leadership, and education.
Flagstaff Foodlink cultivates and celebrates local, healthy, equitable, and resilient food systems in our community.
Friends of Flagstaff's Future
Friends of Flagstaff’s Future strives to create a healthy and sustainable Flagstaff through advocacy, education, and community building. The university has a Friends of Flagstaff's Future student chapter.
Friends of the Rio de Flag
Friends of the Rio de Flag promote the Rio de Flag's natural stream system as a unique and valuable natural resource, an asset, and amenity to the City of Flagstaff and the surrounding community. The goal of FoRio is to protect, restore, clean up and improve the Rio de Flag and its tributaries to maximize their aesthetic, educational, recreational, and natural resource values, including the riparian habitats.
Friends of Verde River Greenway
Friends of Verde River Greenway
is a nonprofit organization with the mission to preserve, enhance and promote the scenic, natural, historic, cultural and recreational resources of the Verde River Greenway.
Flagstaff Family Food Center
The Flagstaff Family Food Center provides nutritional meals in a safe environment and assists children with reading, homework, and social skills.
Grand Canyon Trust
The mission of the Grand Canyon Trust
is to protect and restore the Colorado Plateau — its spectacular landscapes, flowing rivers, clean air, diversity of plants and animals, and areas of beauty and solitude.
Sierra Club, Arizona’s Grand Canyon Chapter
The Sierra Club
is one of the oldest and most influential grassroots environmental organizations in the United States. The Grand Canyon (Arizona) Chapter was formed in 1966 in order to focus attention on stopping dams in Grand Canyon. Their work to protect the Colorado River and Grand Canyon National Park continue today and have been joined by a number of programs to safeguard other areas and issues.
Slow Food USA is part of the global Slow Food network of over 150,000 members in more than 150 countries. Through a vast volunteer network of local chapters, youth and food communities, they link the pleasures of the table with a commitment to protect the community, culture, knowledge and environment that make this pleasure possible.
Their mission as an international grassroots membership organization is good, clean and fair food for all.
Verde River Basin Partnership
The Verde River Basin Partnership uses credible science to provide educational outreach to help engage people and empower them to protect this critical resource that deserves our attention.