Posts By: goadmin

Yucca: Walmart of the Desert

Here’s a post about yucca by Danny Running Bear, who directs the native arts program at Terrasante Village near Tucson, Arizona. Danny is a regular contributor to the Food Conspiracy Co-op’s “Community News.” Yucca is an important crop to native peoples, and is used as food and in products like clothing, rope and even shampoo…. Read more »

Black Friday Deal: Free Mug!

On Friday, Nov. 26, buy a 8-ounce or 12-ounce soup from the Fourth Avenue Deli and get a free Food Conspiracy Mug, while supplies last.

In-Store Demo Day

Saturday, Nov. 6. Visit the store between 4-6 p.m. and sample a variety of yummy crackers and cheese!

Third Annual Chicken Coop Tour

Saturday, Dec. 4. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Curious about what it would be like to raise chickens in the city? Food Conspiracy is hosting a self-guided tour of backyard chicken coops around Tucson. See a wide variety of creative coop styles and sizes, talk to backyard chicken keepers, learn about raising chicks, and also… Read more »

Taste Film, Talk Food: A film+food event

Taste Film, Talk Food When: 2 p.m. Nov. 14 Where: The Screening Room, 127 E. Congress St., and 47 Scott, 47 Scott St. Tickets: $15. You can buy tickets at the Food Conspiracy Co-op, 412 N. Fourth Ave., and at The Screening Room. More online: www.azmac.org/scroom/index.html, 47scott.com Movies, cocktails and more Prepare for an evening… Read more »

Tucson Green Infrastructure Tour with Watershed Management Group

Saturday, October 16 8am-12:30pm Tucson is emerging as a regional and national leader in the implementation of green infrastructure strategies.  Green infrastructure uses natural processes to provide environmental services.  Many local examples use small basins to capture, clean, and infiltrate stormwater from streets and parking lots, while providing passive irrigation to gardens of native plants…. Read more »