Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Help grow a heritage garden and learn about Tucson's Origins "where it all started" on the Santa Cruz River floodplain at the base of Sentinel Peak. There are many volunteer opportunities. Now you can take the Streetcar to Mission Garden !!
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Mission Garden 2015 Birthday Breakfast is coming up Sunday August 23!. Please see details here!

Mission Garden is a living agricultural museum of Sonoran Desert-adapted heritage fruit-trees, traditional local heirloom crops and edible native plants. We are a non-profit volunteer-based educational organization and our primary mission is to preserve, transmit and revive the region’s rich agricultural heritage by growing a series of garden plots that are representative of the more than 4000 years of continuous cultivation in the Tucson Basin.

Open Saturdays 8 am to 12 pm, April through November and  12 pm to 4 pm, December through March.

The Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace have been awarded a 2015 Urban and Community Forestry Grant

For guided tours call 520-777-9270 and leave message.