Yoga on the farm is back with Jess Luse!Join us Saturday mornings at Tucson Village Farm starting February 12th, 2022.11am-12pm (Time will change seasonally with the sun.)The practice is a (fun)ctional flow yoga-based class designed to move through postures with both fluidity... more
Camps are coming! We are already getting inquiries about camp. Registration for camps will start on March 1, 2022. We do know that Adventure Camp ages 9-14 will be June 13-17 and Surf Camp ages 12-17 will be July 15-17. Mark those dates on your calendar. So... more
Brick Patio Extension: Buy a brick and help us lay the foundation for learning and growing at our new TVF Healthy Living Hub!This summer we were finally able to open the doors of our brand new Angel Charity for Children Culinary Education Center at 2201 E. Roger Rd. (just... more
Calling all Tucson-area teachers! Educators are you looking for a fantastic field trip for your students? At TVF students get their hands dirty as they learn about everything it takes to grow healthy food. From composting, to planting, to feeding chickens,... more
The Adopt a Row program is perfect for both individuals and businesses; it is a perfect way to recognize a loved one or bring attention to your business or organization while supporting your local farm at the same time. The name of the person or business, as well as a... more
When ordering your brick engraving, please follow these guidelines: 15 characters per line (this includes spaces and punctuation)3 line maximum45 characters totalClick here to order your brick!
Tucson Village Farm is being featured on an upcoming episode of FarmHer on the RFD-TV Channel. Here are some clips of the show. Click here for a how-to register for RFD-TV if you want to see the whole show (which airs on Sept. 25th at 9:30 pm Eastern).
Are you interested in growing crops with aquaponics? Join the University of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Center for the Online Aquaponic Intensive Workshop - October 19th & 20th via Zoom. This two-day event, taught by Dr. Matthew Recsetar, is... more
Year 1 of the FARMacy program wrapped up in style with a Family Iron Chef Competition featuring fresh produce from the farm! Six families from El Rio Health Center “competed” for the healthiest, best tasting and most beautifully presented entrée. Fortunately, the... more
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