Architect Returns to Childhood Neighborhood with a Fresh Perspective

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Creative Living Host, Jane Clauss

In this month’s episode of Creative Living with Jane Monzures, we take a look at people doing good things in local communities. We’ll also visit with an architect transforming mid-century homes. We’ll also learn what’s the perfect flower to brighten your garden.

One of our featured stories this month is about EcoLife Conservation. They are located Escondido, CA. Their mission is to help humans and nature prosper together. Bill Toone, Founder of EcoLife, is a renowned conservationist biologist and has worked around the globe experiencing the world’s natural wonders as well as its misunderstood cultures.

Also in this month’s episode another community effort that is really working to change lives. Humble Design, located in San Diego, California, is a non-profit organization that is serving families and veterans rising above homelessness through transforming an empty house into a welcoming home. Humble Design believes in restoring dignity to every family that has suffered homelessness. Their aim is to build a committed, creative network of individuals, community leaders, and corporations working toward creating stability for those affected by homelessness.  

In February, we had the opportunity to visit Casino del Sol, a luxurious property in Tucson, Arizona.  Surrounded by mesquite trees of the Sonoran Desert, you’ll find Casino del Sol, a beautiful casino resort that has so much to offer day or night.

Looking to grow vegetables on your patio, but you don’t have a lot of space?  True Garden  may have the answer. Here’ s a look at the vertical, aeroponic farm located in Mesa, Arizona.

An architect in Arizona returns to his childhood neighborhood to return mid-century homes to their former glory…and then some.  

Got a sunny spot in your yard and want a splash of color?  Jane shows us how to get it by adding petunias to your garden for that pop of pizzazz.

Creative Living hosted by Jane Monzures airs Sundays at 8:30 p.m. and again Mondays at 7:30 p.m.on YurView, Cox cable channel 4 in Phoenix and channel 7 in Tucson.