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College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

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Pima Tucson Village Farm

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Tucson Village Farm (TVF) - 4210 N. Campbell Ave - is a working urban farm built by and for the youth of our community. A program of the Pima County Cooperative Extension and the University of Arizona, TVF is a seed-to-table program designed to reconnect young people to a healthy food system, teach them how to grow and prepare fresh food, and empower them to make healthy life choices. We target urban youth from all ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.

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Beet Burgers + Chard Fries with Tucson High

Tucson Village Farm | A new photo has been shared | 3 hours 39 min ago

We had so much fun at last weeks Lil' Sprouts class learning about how flowers grow just like you and me. It was so exciting welcoming Spring in Tucson with some tasty flower popsicles! We cannot wait to see what else blooms this season as we end session 2 and begin our upcoming session 3 classes!

Join us this week:
Wednesday 9-10am
Friday 9-10am, 10-11am

Tucson Village Farm | A new photo has been shared | 21 hours 5 min ago

Mixed Sprouts starts at 4:30 tonight! Join us with your child and learn all about turning waste into soil using composting!

Tucson Village Farm | A new photo has been shared | 21 hours 6 min ago

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