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    The Fairfax Companies
    The Fairfax Companies offers a wider variety of recycling services, roll offs, and landscape materials for your next project.

    Fairfax accepts construction & demolition debris, inert materials, green waste, landscape waste, and numerous recyclable materials. We also accept foam, including Styrofoam, by condensing it in order to be recycled. We screen and sort all materials making sure that as much recyclable material as possible is diverted from the landfill, and nothing goes into the landfill that may be harmful to the environment.

    Tank’s Roll-off is the best solution for your next construction, renovation, landscaping, or cleanup project. You can utilize Tank’s Roll-off containers as a debris or materials dumpster, for landscape material delivery, or a combination of both. They are the perfect solution to customize your next small or large project. We also rent Port-a-Jon portable restroom services.

    Known as Tank’s Green Stuff, our Landscape and Garden products include Tank’s ASCO-Verified Organic Compost, Mulch, Top Soil, Fill Dirt, Decorative Wood Chips, Potting Mix, and more…

    Recycling Center Locations

    The Fairfax Companies has three recycling center locations to serve the greater Tucson metropolitan area.

    Speedway Recycling & Landfill Facility
    7301 E. Speedway Tucson, Arizona 520-290-8588
    Monday through Friday *7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
    Saturday *7:00 AM – 2:00 PM

    Ina Land Reclamation Facility
    5300 W. Ina Road Tucson, Arizona 520-744-7826
    Monday through Friday: *7:00 AM – 3:30 PM
    Saturday *7:00 AM – 2:00 PM

    Drexel Land Reclamation Facility
    11330 E. Drexel Road Tucson, Arizona 520-298-7128
    Monday through Friday *7:00 AM – 3:30 PM
    Closed Saturday and Sunday

    *Sites may close during inclement weather or on holidays. Please call to verify.

    Native Seeds/SEARCH
    The mission of Native Seeds/SEARCH is to conserve and promote arid-adapted crop diversity to nourish a changing world. We work within the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico to strengthen regional food security.

    Our story began in 1983 when co-founders Gary Nabhan and Mahina Drees worked on a food security Meals for Millions project to assist the Tohono O’odham Nation in establishing gardens for their sustainable food needs. In discussions with tribal elders they were told “What we are really looking for are the seeds for the foods our grandparents used to grow.” This sage remark inspired the formation of Native Seeds/SEARCH as a collector and preserver of these endangered traditional seeds.

    Since its founding, Native Seeds/SEARCH has been dedicated to this calling to conserve the rich agro-biodiversity of the arid Southwest because of its genetic and cultural importance. What began as a humble operation with seeds stored in chest freezers has grown to a state-of-the art conservation facility, a host of innovative programs and educational initiatives, and an organization recognized as a leader in the heirloom seed movement. Preserved in our seed bank are nearly 2,000 varieties of aridlands-adapted seeds, many of them rare or endangered. We promote the use of these ancient crops and their wild relatives by distributing seeds to traditional communities and to gardeners worldwide. Currently we offer over 500 varieties from the NS/S collection (which we grow out at our Conservation Farm in Patagonia, Arizona) alongside native crafts, gifts, foods, and more. These one-of-a-kind seeds and items are available through our online store, annual seedlisting, and at our retail store in central Tucson.

    The Sonoran Institute inspires and enables community decisions and public policies that respect the land and people of western North America.


    The Sonoran Institute contributes to a vision of a West with:

    Healthy landscapes – including native plants and wildlife, diverse habitat, open spaces, clean air and water – from northern Mexico to western Canada.
    Vibrant communities where people embrace conservation to protect quality of life today and in the future.
    Resilient economies that support prosperous communities, diverse opportunities for residents, productive working landscapes, and stewardship of the natural world.

    A Collaborative, Community-based Approach

    The nonprofit Sonoran Institute, founded in 1990, works across the rapidly changing West to conserve and restore natural and cultural assets and to promote better management of growth and change. The Institute’s community-based approach emphasizes collaboration, civil dialogue, sound information, local knowledge, practical solutions and big-picture thinking.
    Watershed Management Group
    Our Mission

    Watershed Management Group (WMG) develops community-based solutions to ensure the long-term prosperity of people and health of the environment. We provide people with the knowledge, skills, and resources for sustainable livelihoods.
    Our Vision

    Watershed Management Group envisions a world in which: everyone has the natural resources they need while ensuring adequate resources for future generations through wise and creative management; communities cooperatively and sustainably manage the natural resources within their watershed; communities develop in concert with their environment, and the success of development is measured by the health of ecological systems, the prosperity of people, and the strength of communities. WMG offers both free and fee-based educational services to work with community members on water harvesting, native and edible landscapes, green infrastructure, and river restoration. WMG's Living Lab & Learning Center is also open for special events on the weekend, including monthly 2nd Saturday tours. One of our most popular programs is the Green Living Co-op, which uses a barn-raising model to build affordable water harvesting features, native landscapes, and edible gardens at people’s homes. Check our website or call for the full class and event schedule.
    Western National Parks Store
    Bring parks to the people and get people to the parks. The National Parks Store in Tucson, Arizona, is a gateway to the beauty, culture, and heritage of national parks throughout the region. It’s the jumping-off point for educational park tours. It’s also the site for events, activities, and programs designed to foster new connections to national parks.

    Check out the website for events and to place orders online.

    National parks tell the story of America, embodying its beauty, culture, and heritage. WNPA helps discover, preserve, and share that story. But the American story is rapidly unfolding. In today’s fast-paced, ever-changing world, WNPA is committed to discovery: new knowledge, new understanding, and new ways to engage with society.

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