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3000 Club Rescues, Redistributes Produce

"Market on the Move" project provides fresh produce for the community

Alok Appadurai, co-founder of Fed by Threads, discussesTucson's & America's First Ethical Humanitarian Sustainable USA-Made Clothing Store that Feeds 12 Emergency Meals To Hungry Americans Per Item Sold.

Fed By Threads

Local store helps the hungry, boosts the economy, stays organic

1.1M Arizonans on Food Stamps

Number has doubled in 4 years, newspaper reports

Neighbors shovel rich soil for the first plots in Rincon Heights' community garden.

Community Gardening Sprouts in Tucson

Rincon Heights establishes 18 plots, hopes for many more

Simple Steps Help Holiday Eaters Battle the Bulge

Exercise and proper nutrition are vital, dietitian says

Report Analyzes Economic Disparity Along US-Mexico Border

Food insecurity plagues border region that produces, funnels much of the nation's food, researchers say

EXO Roast, a new coffee roasting company, has opened in downtown Tucson and the owners are banking on a boon in business as the area prepares for the arrival of the modern streetcar.

Tucson Coffee Crawl Gets Perking

New event will spread word about Downtown's active brewing scene

We have a profile of a coffee expert, Noel Trapp, who's consulting services have been sought around the world and we find out why he has decided to make Tucson his home.

Passionate Barista Spreads the Gospel of Good Coffee

In one Tucson coffee shop, an unusual coffee expert pursues the perfect cup of joe.

The National Immigrant Farming Initiative is currently working on projects that are transforming the model for the rural family farm.

Immigrants Bring Farming Skills to U.S.

New arrivals often know of small-scale, sustainable practices

Going Gluten Free? Try Mesquite

Desert Harvesters teaches Tucsonans new way to eat local

Drought To Drive Up Food Prices in 2013

Latest survey of basic grocery costs show slight decrease, but analysts predict sticker shock next year as mid-western drought affects market

Navajo Nation To Use Drone Aircraft To Survey Crop Conditions

Unmanned craft to keep an eye on large Navajo farming operation for changes in water and fertilizer levels

Legislators Warn of Nogales Job Losses

Mexico-Florida tomato war puts $1.3B in jeopardy, they say

In celebration of eco-living and sustainability the free Earth Harmony festival will take place October 6 and 7 in Tumacacori Arizona, Amadon DellErba the Festival Coordinator talks with us about the festival.

Earth Harmony Festival Showcases Sustainability

Eco-village invites visitors to explore harmony during weekend of green living

Citizens, scientists, economists, and politicians work to transition our current food system into one that grows healthy foods while employing sustainable practices.

Organic Food Production in Transition

Senior member of Union for Concerned Scientists suggests caution

Downtown Tucson.

Take a Tour of Tucson Cuisine

Moveable feast: Downtown lunch-time walks now available

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