Mar(Mar 17)8:00 AMMar(Mar 17)8:00 AMAdopt-A-Native Elder: Food Delivery & Packing for Spring Food RunsFood Delivery & Packing for Spring Food Runs - Volunteers NeededANE Office/WarehouseEvent Type:Benefits, Outreach & Charity,Volunteer Opportunities
01Feb8:00 AM08Mar(Mar 8)8:00 AMClimb a MileMomentum Climbing GymEvent Type:Fundraiser,Health & Wellness,Kids and Family,Outdoors & Recreation
05Feballday12MaralldayThe 34th Chelsea International Fine Art CompetitionCarolina CariloAgora GalleryEvent Type:Art
By Kay Denton | June 29, 2012
Mike Evans, director of Real Food Rising, gathered us volunteers into a circle. We were going to play a game in which he would read a statement about food and food production. If i …
By Kay Denton | December 28, 2011
Contemplate your gardening future in January. January is the Monday of months. The holidays have packed themselves into boxes until next year, and the inversion has plumped itself …
By Kay Denton | September 30, 2011
Your garden still offers you a long list of reasons to go outside and play in the dirt. There’s still plenty of good fall weather left, the inspiring kind that begs you to come out …
By Kay Denton | July 21, 2011
In the arid high desert, planning ahead will help you make the most of your precious water. Despite the fact that many of us have watched animals stroll two by two toward a large b …
By Kay Denton | June 30, 2011
by Kay Denton In the arid high desert, planning ahead will help you make the most of your precious water. Despite the fact that many of us have watched animals stroll two by two to …
By Kay Denton | April 29, 2011
by Kay Denton Managing the unpredictable ways of Utah spring weather. It’s another typical spring in Utah—sunshine one day, bluster the next—and gardeners are pondering the typical …
By Kay Denton | April 1, 2011
by Kay Denton Healthy plants come from well-fed soil. Everything you need to know to make sure your dirt can grow your greens. Let’s dish dirt, shall we? I mean the real thing. The …
View on Facebook
7 hours ago
Congratulations to Cottonwood Heights who recently adopted a goal of 100% renewable energy by 2032! #Environews ... See MoreSee Less
Environews: Cottonwood Heights | Catalyst Magazine
Without you, we can’t continue to give Salt Lake City quality independent journalism and content. We’re dedicated to providing a unique, eclectic and creative publishing presence in Salt Lake City, but we need your help. Moreover, we cannot continue to expand our services (i.e. the Clean Air Solutions Fair and the Pollination Festival) without community support!
As a CATALYST Member, you will receive:
For just $10 per month, you can help keep CATALYST in SLC for another 35 years!
CATALYST Magazine (Common Good Press) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Click here to become a member today!