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Nopal Chicken Salad from Iskashitaa

May 23, 2023

This is my one of my favorite things to do with nopales and my basic go-to salad dressings during citrus  season. Each bite should combine the nopal with smoky roasted poblano, sweet/tart dressing, crispy  lettuce, crunchy nuts, and whatever other options you prefer.  Seville juice, approx. 2 Tbl. You can substitute lime juice or a… Read more »


May 8, 2023

Get your flowers early for Mother’s Day and straight from our farmer Dani’s field to you! We will have both large ($10) and small ($6) bouquets available for sale in the Tucson CSA shop this week from Cara Crest Farm (formerly known as Common Ground Farm), while supplies last. Bring some beauty inside!

Mother’s Day market

May 1, 2023

In honor of Mother’s Day (or just because!) we are hosting two NEW vendors the week before Mother’s Day – pickups on May 9 and May 10. Please stop by to welcome our new vendors, purchase a little something for a mom in your life (maybe yourself?!) and enjoy! Herbs & Love Herbs & Love… Read more »

Giving Back and Growing Together

April 17, 2023

You may recall that Tucson CSA participated in a grant a few years ago to provide CSA-style bags to families in need of support at Imago Dei Middle School. You may also recall that we are building relationships with smaller farmers as part of the New Roots program. We are excited to announce that we… Read more »

Celebration of Life for Paul Durham

Our dear friend Paul Durham, and husband of our late founder Philippe, passed away earlier this year. Those who knew Paul are invited to a Celebration of his Life at the Tucson Botanical Gardens this Sunday, April 23rd, 10:00 A.M. The memorial will take place outdoors in the Reception Garden so dress for the weather.… Read more »

Desert Sky Waldorf School

February 27, 2023

Desert Sky Community School Is Enrolling Now for K-5 and will be at the CSA this week to talk with members who are interested. This tuition-free charter school guided by the principles of public Waldorf education was co-founded by two long-term CSA members, Shelly Adrian and Erich Saphir, 17 years ago. The school’s mission is… Read more »

Valentine’s Day Bake Sale for Food Security

February 13, 2023

Last winter we had a group of young children come to talk to us about the CSA model and get a tour. They spent the fall semester focusing on food security and learned about food deserts, the effects of climate change on farming, global hunger, and the lack of enough healthy food here in Southern… Read more »

Give and get an apron!

January 22, 2023

In March 2020, we launched our CS-Aid program. As we approach our 3rd year of the CS-Aid program, one of our goals at Tucson CSA is to consistently have at least 5% of our total membership qualify and receive assistance through CS-Aid. CS-Aid offers support to help past, current, and future CSA members who would… Read more »

A Week At Our Table

January 16, 2023

Do you sometimes forget what each item is in your CSA share or lack inspiration to put together a meal with your produce? CSA volunteers are a great resource! Ask volunteers about unfamiliar produce or recipe ideas as you pick up your share. We love to teach members about different produce and can send you… Read more »