Also, support the small producers, projects, farmers and advocates that are working tirelessly to ensure that all Tucsonans have access to good nutrition. Culturally conscious farmers like the San Xavier Cooperative Farm are making crops and tradition accessible for all of us. Mission Garden is a literal walking tour of food production in the Tucson Basin for the last 4000 years. Community Organizers and organizations like Flowers and Bullets, Tierra y Libertad and the Community Food Bank are ensuring that everybody in our community has equal access to good and whole local foods. So many are a part of making the Designation meaningful.
Let's ensure that in addition to supporting local restaurateurs we also are enacting policy that protects our Foodways for the generations to come.
Awesome story Heather!!
Thank you for posting this Heather! I sent you the wrong info on the November session it will be on the 18th instead of the 11th:)
I am so happy that you made this review!!
We hope that your readers will come into the Francis McClelland Leadership Center at 525 N. Bonita (between St, Marys and Congress) to check out the show! The exhibit is available for viewing Monday through Friday 8-5p and Saturday 9-12. Come by, grab a drink or snack at the cafe and check out this show:).
My choices have to be: not in order...
the baked eggs from cup cafe,
pork belly and squid bulgogi from kimchi time,
Iced mocha from Bentleys
A room temp slice from empire pizza
Chile verde con queso burrito from el Torero
Pho ga from Miss Saigon
Blueberry pancake from bobos
Burger from Downtown Kitchen
Grilled Cheese from Feast :)
Mixed berry pie from b-line
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