Iskashitaa volunteers and refugees meet at the office on Wednesday and Friday mornings at 8 AM to harvest local produce in the greater Tucson area. We also schedule a group harvest for your school, church, or community group. Contact us to reserve your spot or to donate fruit, pods, herbs, or veggies at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-440- 0100.
Come taste some brews made with late Tucson Backyard Bounty of CITRUS fruit for a good cause at .... $15 is the entry fee to taste 13 wonderful beers. All proceeds are split between four non-profits, Iskashitaa being one of them!
Come take a guided tour of the edible trees on the UA campus guided by IRN Director, Barbara Eiswerth and Edible Tree Fellows! Please RSVP directly to email@example.com. Iskashitaa RN and our AZ Forestry sponsored TREE interns will have an information table with local edible tree treats to taste, share recipes and edible tree fact sheets.
Find a way to give back as part of this Global Day of Giving! A statewide, 24-hour online giving campaign dedicated to helping local Arizonans find, learn about, and contribute to causes they believe in while supporting their local economy! Join us and invest in Arizona! https://www.azgives.org/iskashitaa
At Pima Community College, 29th Street Coalition Center 4355 E. Calle Aurora. This interactive workshop focuses on global, national, & local aspects of refugee resettlement; ways in which Iskashitaa enhances our community through food-based programming; and how to become a volunteer. RSVP to Micah at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-440-0100.
Sat. May 6th and 27th; 6:30 am-early PM at Forever Young Family Farm near Amado, AZ. This is a garlic harvest (of over 16 varieties!) in collaboration with a local farm in Southern Arizona, and each volunteer group takes home plenty of fresh garlic after enjoying a family style meal. Spaces are limited. Call 520-440-0100 or email Micah email@example.com