Directory

520 Dance Company

650 N 6th Ave
The sYnapse at Studio Y (east entrance)
Teen & Adult Performance Company & Drop In Classes
http://520dancecompany.square.site
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ALTA Consulting, LLC

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 114
Providing program planning and evaluation with a wide variety of educational and social service settings and clients specializing in evaluation design and methods, strengths-based approaches, facilitation, training & technical assistance, developmental evaluation
http://altaconsultingllc.com/
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Arizona Trail Association

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 201
The Arizona Trail Associaton is the nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect, maintain, enhance, promote and sustain the Arizona National Scenic Trail as a unique encounter with the land. Our volunteer program engages trail enthusiasts in support of this mission to build a strong community of volunteers on and off the trail.
http://www.aztrail.org
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Arizona Wilderness Coalition

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 209
An organization of groups and individuals whose mission is to protect and restore wilderness lands and waters in Arizona
http://www.azwild.org/
Contact:
Katrina Pappas
Office Coordinator
katrina@azwild.org

Artisans Beyond Borders

650 N 6th Ave
Suite 312, Studio Y (east entrance)
Upholding the Maker Tradition on the Border. Artisans beyond borders heals trauma, restores grace and agency, and provides income for asylum-seekers and their families stranded at the Arizona - Mexico border
http://www.ArtisansBeyondBorders.org
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Bedrick Law & Policy, PLLC

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 210
Solo legal practice that takes a holistic approach to assisting clients with housing matters and juvenile dependency cases and the intersections with disability law, tribal law, and immigration status
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Belly Dance Tucson

738 N 5th Ave
2nd Floor Lobby
Belly dance, classes, rehearsals, workshops, performances
http://www.bellydancetucson.com
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Bennett TheatreLab Conservatory

738 N 5th Ave
Conf Room
The Bennett TheatreLab offers Professional training in the Stanislavsky System’s Ultimate Technique: Active Analysis through Physical Actions.
http://www.BennettTheatreLab.com
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Bohemian Element

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 300
Textile Import and Design
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Butt Check Inc

650 N 6th Ave
Suite 304, Studio Y (east entrance)
A colon cancer survivor since 2006, I set out to alleviate the fear of life saving screenings with humor and a simple message - "Get Your Butt Checked!" Since then my pre-cancer and cancer awareness education and activities have encouraged hundreds of men and women to get screened for colorectal cancer. I set out to join hands across the country with other colon cancer survivors, families with colon cancer history, cancer organizations, celebrities and community leaders, to campaign for this message and to promote access to resources to further my goal of helping end colorectal cancer.
http://www.buttcheck.org
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CITY Center for Collaborative Learning

650 N 6th Ave
Suite 308, Studio Y (east entrance)
CITY Center for Collaborative Learning designs, implements, and advances exemplary practices in teaching and learning that transform the lives of young people and their educators. We offer professional development and community engagement experiences for educators and education advocates, including school visits and workshops.
http://www.cityccl.org
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COlab Dance

650 N 6th Ave
The sYnapse at Studio Y (east entrance)
A collaborative dance experience for dancers ages 7-18. We pride ourselves in not only training the dancers technically, but also artistically and personally. We accept dancer's of all abilities and strive to celebrate each dancer as an individual. The styles we focus on are contemporary, jazz, lyrical, hip hop and ballet.
http://www.createoutsideyourbox.com
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Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 205
Working to achieve the long-term conservation of biological diversity and ecological function of the Sonoran Desert through comprehensive land-use planning
http://www.sonorandesert.org
Contact:
Carolyn Campbell
Executive Director
carolyn.campbell@sonorandesert.org

Conservation Legacy & Arizona Conservation Corps

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 214
For over 20 years, Conservation Legacy has been engaging individuals to complete important conservation service projects throughout the nation, envisioning a legacy of healthy lands, air and water; thriving people and resilient communities. Our programming is embedded locally to make the greatest impact by meeting on the ground needs. At our core is a dedication to national and community service—we are part of something BIGGER. Our local program, Arizona Conservation Corps, works across Arizona on projects ranging from trail building to ecological restoration.
https://conservationlegacy.org/
Contact:
Dave Bennett
Field Operations Coordinator
dbennett@conservationlegacy.org

Defenders of Wildlife

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 204
Defenders of Wildlife is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the protection of all native animals and plants in their natural communities. We focus our programs on what scientists consider the two most serious environmental threats to our planet: the accelerating rate of species extinction and associated loss of biological diversity and the alteration and destruction of habitat. We envision a future where diverse wildlife populations in North America are secure and thriving, sustained by a network of healthy lands and waters.
https://defenders.org/
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Earlham College Border Studies Program

300 E University Blvd
Suite 270
The Border Studies Program combines rigorous academic study, practical on-site learning, travel seminars and structured reflection in a semester that engages students in some of today’s most urgent social, economic, and ecological matters. A semester with the Border Studies Program facilitates the examination of issues related to migration, human rights, globalization, food systems, and the environment. Peers, scholars, farmers, indigenous peoples, state authorities, migrants and activists in both Mexico and the U.S. contribute to the learning process. This integrated experience challenges students to be more thoughtful and intentional about their participation in creating a just and sustainable world.
http://www.earlham.edu/border-studies/
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Earthworks

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 208
Earthworks is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting communities and the environment from the adverse impacts of mineral and energy development while promoting sustainable solutions.
https://www.earthworks.org/
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Elo Lamar

300 E University Blvd
Suite 244
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Elo Lamar
elolamarart@gmail.com
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Environmental Education Exchange

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 100
Providing programs and services for the advancement of environmental literacy in the United States.
http://eeexchange.org
Contact:
Jeremy Markowitz
Assistant Programs Manager
jeremymarkowitz@eeexchange.org

Gilda A Guerry LLC

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 048
Paralegal Services and Notary. Bilingual and affordable.
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Green Party of Pima County

738 N 5th Ave
Conf Room
The Green Party is the party for promoting real progressive politics and change in this country.
http://www.pimagreens.org
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Harris Environmental Group, Inc.

650 N 6th Ave
Suite 301, Studio Y (west entrance)
Harris Environmental Group is an award-winning environmental consulting firm specializing in natural and cultural resource management, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, habit restoration, and hazardous waste investigations. Our clients include various federal agencies, state and local governments, and commercial firms. We are certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and Woman-owned firm. In business since 1994, we work throughout the western U.S. Tucson is our corporate headquarters, with offices in California, Washington, Oregon, New Mexico, and Colorado.
https://www.heg-inc.com/
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Ironwood Tree Experience

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 101
To create healthy and resilient communities, Ironwood Tree Experience makes it possible for young people to engage with the natural world and be stewards of the environment.
http://ironwoodtreeexperience.org/
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Deborah Oslik
Operations Manager
deborah@ironwoodtreeexperience.org
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Liberal Catholic Mission

738 N 5th Ave
Conf Room
Our Lady of Peace and Hope Liberal Catholic Mission combines the traditional sacramental form of worship – stately ritual, deep mysticism, an abiding witness to the reality of sacramental grace – with the widest measure of intellectual liberty and respect for the individual conscience.
http://www.azlcci.org
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Local First Arizona and Local First Arizona Foundation

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 203
Together with our Foundation (https://www.localfirstazfoundation.org), Local First Arizona promotes, supports and celebrates a vibrant and sustainable Arizona economy by educating citizens about local business ownership, social equity, cultural diversity, environmental kinship, and collaboration.
https://www.localfirstaz.com
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Marvin Shaver

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 042
Artist/Painter
http://www.mshaver.com/
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Marvin Shaver
Artist
mshaver@mshaver.com
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Mennonite Central Commitee

650 N 6th Ave
Suite 305, Studio Y (east entrance)
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, shares God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. MCC envisions communities worldwide in right relationship with God, one another and creation.
https://mcc.org
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National Parks Conservation Association, Arizona Field Office

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 222
Protecting and enhancing America’s National Parks for present and future generations
http://www.npca.org/southwest/
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Kevin Dahl
Arizona Program Manager
kdahl@npca.org

Northern Jaguar Project

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 220
The Northern Jaguar Project protects jaguars in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, their unique natural habitats, and native wildlife found under their umbrella of protection.
http://www.northernjaguarproject.org
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Owl and Panther

650 N 6th Ave
Suite 317, Studio Y (east entrance)
Owl & Panther seeks to find a balance of peace and harmony between all cultures and among refugee children and their families. We offer refugee families opportunities for personal expression, enhanced self-esteem, validation of self-worth, and ways of connection to others
www.owlandpanther.org
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Paulo Freire Freedom School

300 E University Blvd
Suite 010
A free, Tucson public school for 6th through 8th grades. A project of CITY Center for Collaborative Learning.
http://cityccl.org/
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People's Defense Initiative

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 208
A community-led grassroots organization dedicated to building a radically inclusive and transformative movement which uplifts and defends human rights
http://www.peoplesdefenseinitiative.org
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Radical Path Counseling, Mandy Bergstrom LCSW

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 216
Radical Path Counseling's mission is to provide trauma informed and affirming mental health care to youth, adults, LGBTQ+ folks, activists, changemakers (and anyone who lives and loves on their own terms)
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/amanda-bergstrom-tucson-az/311146
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Sharon Nemirov, Artist

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 043
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Sharon Nemirov
Artist
nemirovsharon@gmail.com
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Sierra Club - Rincon Group Grand Canyon Chapter

300 E University Blvd
Suite 260
Grassroots environmental organization working to protect our communities and the planet
http://arizona.sierraclub.org/rincon/
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The Freecycle Network

300 E University Blvd
Suite 240
A nonprofit recycling and reuse community whose goal is to keep used items out of landfills via our gifting community at Freecycle.org
http://www.freecycle.org/
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The Historic Y

300 E University Blvd
Suite 030
A community arts, educational and environmental resource center and full-service professional office building offering long term office leases; class, conference and studio space rentals; and music, dance and theatre classes, workshops and performances.
http://thehistoricy.com/
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Shawn Burke
Owner
shawn@thehistoricy.com
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The Human Communication Studio

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 110
There is no substitute for the ability to engender a strong personal connection or the impact of a finely cultivated presence. The personal and the digital need to grow together, and to support one another. Confidence, charisma, and clarity will always be your boots on the ground. It's not that these skills are getting harder to learn, it's simply that they aren't being taught. We're here to see that the skill set of person-to-person interaction keeps its seat at the table.
http://www.humancommunicationstudio.com
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Kathryn Kellner
Director
kathrynkellner@humancommunicationstudio.com
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The Rogue Theatre

300 E University Blvd
Suite 150
Dedicated to creating the highest quality theatre possible, challenging, stretching, and invigorating our community by presenting plays which offer complex and provocative points of view related to important social, political, and personal issues
http://www.theroguetheatre.org/
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Tom Wentzel
Box Office Manager
wbmster@theroguetheatre.org
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The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 131
Opening in September 2017, the newest theatre in Tucson, The Scoundrel & Scamp, will immerse, challenge and invigorate our community in theatrical works ranging from classics to new. We provide a space where local artists and cross-generational audiences alike explore deep and provocative questions regarding self, tribe, life, death and what it ultimately means to be human. We strive to cultivate the next generation of theatre artists through collaboration, imagination, inquiry, and training.
https://scoundrelandscamp.org
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Bryan Falcon
bryan@scoundrelandscamp.org
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The Wilderness Society - Wilderness Support Center

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 225
Protect wilderness and inspiring Americans to care for our wild places, The Wilderness Society is the leading American conservation organization working to protect our nation’s public lands
http://wilderness.org/
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Tucson Audubon Society and Nature Shop

300 E University Blvd
Suite 120
Tucson Audubon promotes the protection and stewardship of southern Arizona’s biological diversity through the study and enjoyment of birds and the places they live. Tucson Audubon connects people to their natural environment. Focusing on birds and other wildlife, we inspire and motivate people to conserve natural resources in southern Arizona for use and enjoyment by all. Founded in 1949, Tucson Audubon is southern Arizona's leading non-profit engaging people in the conservation of birds and their habitats. We involve people through recreational birding, extend their horizons through education programs, and engage them in conservation actions from planting trees and counting birds, to working with local, state, and national policy makers. Tucson Audubon is a fully independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
http://tucsonaudubon.org
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Olya Phillips
Citizen Science Coordinator
ophillips@tucsonaudubon.org
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Tucson CSA Community Supported Agriculture

300 E University Blvd
Suite 146
Our mission at Tucson CSA is to connect and support local producers and consumers of naturally and sustainably grown and produced seasonal foods.
http://www.tucsoncsa.org/
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Sara Jones
happihazard@hotmail.com
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Western Watersheds Project

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 206
Protecting and restoring western watersheds and wildlife through education, public policy initiatives and litigation.
http://westernwatersheds.org
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Wild Clover Book Services

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 200
Wild Clover Book Services (established in 2011) provides book indexes for print and digital publications for academic, reference, and trade book clients on subjects in animal rights, arts, child and family studies, culture, environmental justice, gender, land politics, and religion.
http://www.WildCloverBooks.com
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Amron Gravett
Owner
amron@wildcloverbooks.com

WildEarth Guardians

738 N 5th Ave
Suite 225
Protecting and restoring wildlife, wild rivers, and wild places in the American West
http://www.wildearthguardians.org/
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Wildlands Network

300 E University Blvd
Suite 262
Wildlands Network is reconnecting nature in North America. Wildlife needs to be able to move freely in search of food, mates, and secure habitat. We're working across North America to re-establish vast wildways so wide-ranging animals like cougars, wolves, and wolverines can travel safely through the landscape.The goal of Wildlands Network’s Borderlands Campaign is to ensure that jaguars, ocelots, and other wildlife can move freely through the Sky Islands region of northern Mexico and the southwestern U.S
http://www.wildlandsnetwork.org
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Wildwind Realty, LLC

300 E University Blvd
Suite 030
Owner and general manager of The Historic Y. See listing for The Historic Y above for contact information.
http://www.TheHistoricY.com
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Women Under the Sun LLC, National Networking and Events

650 N 6th Ave
Suite 304, Studio Y (east entrance)
WUTS is a national based group of (predominantly women) small business owners and leaders, supporting each other's businesses and aspirations, and sharing the things we love such as art, music, dining, culture, travel, community, projects and organizations to which we are committed.
https://www.womenunderthesun.com
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ZUZI! Dance

650 N 6th Ave
The sYnapse at Studio Y (east entrance)
ZUZI! is a non-profit arts service organization committed to catalyzing personal expression and healing through movement-bases art forms and somatic practices for people of all backgrounds ages, and abilities. We offer classes, workshops, and performances for the community to fully experience live art.
http://zuzimoveit.org/
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