You are invited to join us for our newest series of classes in Tucson—Living Lab Field Studies—and experience WMG's Living Lab as your living laboratory. You'll learn sustainable desert living skills in a fun, hands-on experience, with access to working systems to improve soil health, care for your urban forest, grow a cornucopia of tasty Sonoran foods, and more.
Join us for a weekly sunset yoga hour, every Monday from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., at the Living Lab. Our YogaFlow class leads you through 60 minutes of faster-paced, flow-style, vinyasa yoga. The class is open to anyone looking to reinvigorate your evening and renew your mind with our outdoor yoga hour. Join us on the Living Lab plaza and rejuvenate your flow.
Come see what's new at the Living Lab! You're invited to join us for a free tour—on the second Saturday each month—at our Living Lab & Learning Center in central Tucson.
Visit our Classes & Tours page for more detailed information and scheduled tours.
Rainwater on Tap: Drinking Local, By The Numbers
WMG’s Living Lab and Learning Center is quickly on its way to being a rainwater-fed campus—and letting the municipal water lines go dry. Utilizing 3,200 square feet of roof space across two buildings, we are collecting the abundant water that falls from the sky. Ten thousand gallons of this bounty is stored in an underground tank, with another 2,000 gallons held in above-ground cisterns.
Watershed Management Group was voted Arizona's Greenest Workplace for 2015 in an annual challenge hosted by Mrs. Green's World. Entrants are judged on how well they embody the three Rs—Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Here's how we won:
It’s that time again! Come join us for a fun-filled morning as we celebrate the delicious shade of mesquite, pomegranate, olive and other edible native and desert-adapted trees.
WMG was honored to have 20 students from Mexico and Guatemala participating in the Study of US Institute (SUSI) visit our Living Lab & Learning Center in July 2014. And we're so proud to share this amazing video they produced about their experience here.
Every day, the average person flushes 10 gallons of drinking water down the toilet. What really stinks is we're wasting two precious resources—scarce water supplies and human manure—we we could be composting our poo to create a fertile soil amendment.
Watershed Management Group presents:
"Your Potty is a Wonderland"