Solutions to address food insecurity are unique for every rural community, though we can learn from the creativity implemented by others across Arizona. This webinar will help you consider how to leverage your community's resources and utilize your role to increase access to healthy local foods and support your hometown farmers.
Are you part of the local solution?
The Arizona Living Economy Forum (ALEF) is a signature event for growing prosperity in our community. ALEF is bringing together visionary speakers from around Arizona to talk about what's working locally and share tools to grow a more united, prosperous community. ALEF is creating a template for how we learn from one another and become true change makers in our own communities.
Regional Food Producer Forum is intended to open the space for current and potential small-scale food producers to convene, acquire knowledge in growing, processing, and selling, and share best practices between rural communities.
Join Local First Arizona and Granite Mountain Brewing for an evening networking opportunity with fellow independent businesses and local leaders on Wednesday, July 12th from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Join us for a presentation and discussion on what collaboration can look like with the structure of a Co-op, and how we can elevate the value of our foods from various regions of Arizona by collaborating.
Join Local First Arizona and 3 Kings Kasbar in Old Town Cottonwood for an evening networking opportunity with fellow independent businesses and local leaders on Wednesday, May 10th from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
The Food & Farm Finance Forum is an annual opportunity for those involved in and contributing to Arizona’s local food system to gather, collaborate, learn, and develop new skill sets.
Chef David Smith of Flagstaff's Root Public House joins the Southern Rail kitchen in central Phoenix, creating the menu with Chef Owner Justin Beckett. Guests will enjoy five courses, expertly paired with Arizona wines from Dos Cabezas WineWorks and Sand Reckoner Vineyards.
The Local First Arizona Foundation will be joining Arizona Gives Day, along with hundreds of other nonprofits from all over the state on Tuesday, April 4, to raise much-needed funds.
Over four courses, flavors of pico de gallo, achiote, and grilled onions, will meet with four distinct beer pairings including the bright Citrana Southwestern Style Gose, and the Prickly Pear Wheat.
The Small Scale Arizona Food Producer's Forum provides the space for small-scale farmers to convene, acquire knowledge in growing, processing, and selling, share best practices, and celebrate community.
Join the Flagstaff community in a celebration of their local food system. Participating restaurants will provide a meal that highlights local foods and producers. Sales will go to support Flagstaff Foodlink's new Grower Grant program launching in winter 2017. The Grower Grants will fund Flagstaff area growers to expand or enhance their operations.