"Produce on Wheels Without Waste" (POW-WOW) disperses fresh produce to communities at churches, schools and other entities throughout Southern Arizona and the metro Tucson and Phoenix areas. The Nutritional Sciences department helps coordinate distributions with POW-WOW, formerly known as MOM (Market on the Move).
Biosystems Engineering Club is teaming up with Gila Residence Hall's engineering leadership wing (ezone) to build a garden in the hall's backyard.
To partner with Cooking on Campus and teach students how to cook a sustainable meal and why it’s important to incorporate sustainability into food choices
Establishing a Farmers Market on campus
The Handbook is a way for people to understand how to plant according to seasons and water allow in Southern Arizona
A Food Day event is organized and celebrated by the Food for All Committee, which has invited the Garden Committee and Compost Cats to participate in a ‘food cycle’ themed event. Each group would have a stall to demonstrate the growth, harvest and decomposition of food. This task may be delegated to a single intern or manager and would require communication and co-planning with the FFA Committee and Compost Cats.
SFS built and planted a garden behind the Marshall Foundation on University to service some of the restaurants on University with fresh fruits and vegetables.
This is a compilation of resources on how students can begin and maintain their own garden in an apartment complex.
The Life Science Student Association (LSSA) currently has two greenhouses on campus. Both are located on the 6th floor of the 6th street garage. LSSA uses one greenhouse for the propagation and production of their house plants, desert plants and tropical plants. LSSA's other greenhouse is a showcase of the many capabilities of controlled environment agriculture. This greenhouse is designed to help further LSSA's education goals, and is open to the public.
UA Helps Bring Seed Library Forum to Tucson
Ensuring community access to seeds remains a vital issue, and the UA is among those hosting the first International Seed Library Forum, a four-day event that kicks off on Sunday.