In the coming weeks, several new Arizona landscape gardens will be certified as safe for human consumption by the U.S. Department of the Agriculture, as the state seeks to make greening its most common landscape practice.
The state has been working to get its greenhouses certified as a safe way to grow plants, including alfalfa, which has been a key component in the state’s economic success.
In addition to providing safe crops, the state has developed a range of new agricultural technologies, including soil amendments, biogas and wind energy that could help offset rising greenhouse gas emissions.
The certification process for the new landscape gardens comes after more than a decade of work to develop greenhouses that are more resilient to drought and climate change.
The greenhouses were developed in partnership with Arizona State University.
The state hopes to certify them as “greenhouses that can grow for over 100 years” in coming months.
The new landscaping bricks were designed by a California company, but Arizona is the first state to make them in-house.
It also wants to certify the first outdoor greenhouses by the end of the year.
It’s part of a growing movement that aims to develop sustainable and economically sustainable landscapes and create a better environment for farmers and ranchers.
California has made it easier to grow grasslands that are green by making it easier for farmers to install solar panels.
In Arizona, the greenhouses are designed to provide a sustainable environment for all.