The University of Arizona has created an email list serve to connect people who are interested in sharing information about gardening in dry climates. When you send a question to the list it is first screened by the list manager (to prevent spam) and is then forwarded to all subscribers. You have access to the collective knowledge of all the members. When you join the list, all information posted to the list is sent to your email address. There is no charge for joining the list.
Questions and answers posted to the list will be archived on the website. The media sometimes reprint Questions and Answers from the aridgardener list in their gardening Q & A column.
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If you post your letter on the weekend or just prior to the weekend it may take longer to get a response.
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Phoenix, AZ 85040
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Monday through Friday
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