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Urban Forestry, Heritage Fruit Trees and the Slow Food Ark of Taste

Local-food pioneer, MacArthur genius-award winner and author Gary Paul Nabhan moderates a discussion by food activists from Chicago, San Francisco and Tucson on "Urban Food Forestry and Heritage Fruit Trees: From the Ark of Taste to Accessible Edible Landscapes" at 7 p.m., Monday, Aug. 19; free. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for networking and viewing an Ark of Taste display. Visit slowfoodsofsouthernarizona.org for more information.

Venue Details

  • Sentinel Building

    320 N. Commerce Park Loop (near Congress Street and Interstate 10)., Tucson Downtown / 4th Ave / University

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