What would Tucson look like, if we use our billions of gallons of wasted rain?
How about beautiful neighborhoods? Quite and shaded streets? Neighborhood Gathering Spots and Micro Food-parks? Playgrounds for kids and ramadas for adults?
We have so much rain — rain that we waste — that it is hard to get your head around how much we could do, if we set our minds to it.
Check out this Prezi presentation and see what options are available to you to make your neighborhood into a Food Oasis.
Another step forward!
The interactive Local Food Resource Map is now live. Use the LOCAL FOOD RESOURCES menu. Please log in and add any local resources you want to share with others. The categories are: Continue reading LOCAL FOOD RESOURCES MAP is live!
The April Never Too Late newsletter features an article on the potential to re-create Tucson as a network of Neighborhood Food Parks with our renewable rainfall.
Read the full article here. Continue reading Tucson’s future: Food Oasis in the Sonoran Desert
It was a beautiful day at the Tucson Organic Gardeners’ Spring Festival. I enjoyed talking to dozens of people enjoying the day and learning more about growing food in Tucson.
At the Sustainable Tucson table, we got lots of comments on WHERE we can (or do) grow food for Tucson. People came up with lots of ideas. Where do you think we should grow food in Tucson?
Possible locations: Continue reading Where can we grow food?