TUCSON VILLAGE FARM
Growing carrots, kids, and community in urban Arizona
Tucson Village Farm (TVF) is a seed-to-table program designed to reconnect young people to a healthy food system, teach them how to grow and prepare fresh food, and empower them to make healthy life choices.
A program of the Pima County Cooperative Extension and the University of Arizona, TVF is a working urban farm and healthy living center that fosters life and leadership skills in young people through agriculture, culinary education, outdoor adventure opportunities, and community engagement.
Our vision is to cultivate healthy lifestyles, wellness, resilience, and sustainability in young people, empowering them to be contributing members of their communities.
Pop-Up Farmers Market every Tuesday 4-6pm
Our Vegetable Market is every Tuesday from 4-6pm at the 'Big Farm,' 2201 East Roger Road. We sell locally grown vegetables, herbs, fresh baked bread, and soup. Our retail space is also open at this time! All proceeds go right back to our mission of providing agriculture, nutrition, and culinary education to kids.
Kindly note that our market will be CLOSED on 11/21/23, 12/19/23, 12/26/23, 1/2/24, and 1/9/24 to allow our staff to enjoy the holiday season. Thank you for your understanding!
Things to Know About at Tucson Village Farm:
Tucson Village Farm: 10 Years in 10 Minutes
Check out this video that David Gilmore created for our 10-year anniversary.
See our upcoming events below:
Stay informed on the latest Tucson Village Farm news and events! Crops that will be available at the Tuesday U-Pick are posted weekly on Facebook.