There's a lot going on inside and out: cooking up desert food delights, building with earth, harvesting rain, growing soil, planting abundance, stewarding our watershed, sharing the bounty with the community.
We're in the Tucson Mountains foothills not far from downtown Tucson.
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Many of our products are live culture and lacto-fermented, and require refrigeration.
Pricing and availability vary depending on season and ingredients.
Contact us to make up a gift basket or a selection of desert foods for your event.
Pre-paid farm cards and shares of our seasonal products are available. Or give the gift of a farm card to a friend!
Contact us for availability and about joining our farm share program. firstname.lastname@example.org
We are Certified Naturally Grown.
2018 WORKSHOPS at BEAN TREE FARM
$250 for four workshops of any of 2018 series includes:
All workshops build desert living skills, awareness and understanding in a beautiful and inspiring
Sonoran Desert Botanical Sanctuary
BUILDING WITH EARTH AND DESERT MATERIALS: In this series of four cool-season hands-on workshops, we build a plastered cob structure with earth that came from basins excavated for water harvesting, crafting, creating and artfully recycling resources on the farm. And we make and share delicious seasonal desert foods with participants.
BUILDING HOMESTEAD SKILLS: In this series we'll continue to explore Sonoran Desert Living- relationships between planting, building, sun, rain and resource recycling to enhance cooling, comfort and culinary creativity. Cob building projects continue, weather permitting.
BUILDING COMMUNITY AND ABUNDANCE: Spread the spirit of generosity and gratitude with inspired seasonal desert foods and gifts
2018 DEMOS at SANTA CRUZ RIVER FARMERS MARKET- FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
MORE WORKSHOPS and OPPORTUNITIES
Sonoran Permaculture Guild offers day and weekend workshops as well as the annual 72-hour Permaculture Design Course each February, which we highly recommend
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We stay pretty busy with projects on the farm, and keeping up with social media is not one of our strong points!
If you want to get in touch, sign up for a farm share or workshop,
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Please note: the farm is located in a small private residential community.
Visits and events are by appointment.