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Living Lab and Learning Center CSA

You're invited to join us in supporting local farmers and fresh, tasty food through a CSA partnership with Tucson CSA and Sleeping Frog Farms. 

Beautiful bounty of local, organic produce from Sleeping Frog Farms. WMG + Tucson CSA + Sleeping Frog Farm = Fantastic Farm Produce in central Tucson! By joining Tucson CSA, you will receive delicious fresh produce each week from Sleeping Frog Farms and have access to loaves of Barrio Bread, seasonal shares of Goat Cheese from Black Mesa Ranch, and fresh sprouts. Every Wednesday is CSA Day at WMG!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Quick Facts

Share cost: $132 for 6 weeks, or $264 for 12 weeks
Weekly share size: 7 items
Pick up: Wednesdays, 4–7 p.m., at WMG's Living Lab & Learning Center
Subscribe to the Watershed Management Group CSA Pickup online and choose the Watershed Management Group location: 1137 N Dodge Blvd, 85716. You may subscribe for 6 weeks, or 12 weeks. Subscriptions are on a rolling basis, and you must sign up by the DEADLINE of the Friday BEFORE your first desired pickup. Tucson CSA shares may be put on hold, again with a deadline of the Friday BEFORE your next pick-up. Please see the Tucson CSA website for full information on subscribing, the different products available, and how to manage your account.

For more information about our vendors:

Sleeping Frog FarmsBarrio BreadGolden Rule DairyTucson CSA logo

Tucson CSA @ WMG is looking for Volunteers! We are looking for volunteers interested in staffing our organic produce pick-up at the Living Lab, on Wednesday evenings from 3:45 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. In return for staffing the CSA pick-up, volunteers receive a free share of produce (7-8 items). Volunteer duties include welcoming and checking in the members, checking for add-on items (sprouts, goat cheese, and Barrio Bread), and keeping the veggies restocked as needed. Ideally the volunteer would be someone who is already familiar with cooking and using fresh produce (especially during greens season), and being able to give tips for their use and storage. Volunteers who are also musicians, and able to play at the pickup would be great! Contact info@watershedmg.org for information.