Audubon Day!

Audubon fourth saturday

Come join us for a day of Restoration at the Audubon.

Volunteer for Nature with TigerMountain at the Audubon

🌿 Date: March 23rd, 2024
📍 Location: Nina Mason Pulliam Audubon, 3131 S Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85040
Time: 8 AM – 11 AM

We at TigerMountain Foundation are proud to collaborate with the Audubon Society and other distinguished partners for a rewarding day dedicated to nurturing our natural world.

We’re Rolling Up Our Sleeves For:

🌳 Native Habitat Restoration: Aid in the healing of our ecosystem.
🌱 Tree and Native Shrub Planting: Plant native species that thrive in our environment.
🐝 Native Pollinator Build Out: Construct habitats crucial for our local pollinators.
Hosted by:

TigerMountain Foundation
Audubon Society
And our othertion partners
This event is an incredible opportunity to contribute to the well-being of our local habitats while learning about the flora and fauna that make our region unique. Connect with like-minded individuals, gain hands-on experience in conservation, and make a tangible difference in your community.

Join us for a day of ecological stewardship and be part of the global movement towards sustainability. Whether you’re a seasoned green thumb or a newcomer eager to learn, your efforts will help ensure a greener tomorrow.

Partners for the Event:

Society for Ecological Restoration
Microsoft
City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department
Arizona State University
Rio Reimagined | Arizona Sustainability Alliance
Bring your enthusiasm, wear comfortable clothing suitable for outdoor activity, and let’s make a positive impact together.

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Black History Celebration

TigerMountain Black History Celebration

Black History Celebration

Join Us in Celebrating Black History Month – A Day of Community and Cultivation

🌱 When: February 24th, 2024
📍 Where: The Garden of Tomorrow, 1823 E Broadway Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85040
Time: 8 AM – 11 AM

TigerMountain Foundation is excited to invite you to a vibrant celebration of Black History Month at The Garden of Tomorrow! Engage with your community through a series of enriching activities designed to honor the legacy and contributions of Black Americans.

Activities Include:

🌳 Tree Planting: Plant the seeds of growth and knowledge.
🌺 Garden Prepping: Prepare the garden beds for a fruitful season.
🌱 Garden Bed Rejuvenating: Revive the earth as we pay tribute to resilience.
🥗 Free Lunch: Nourish your body with a meal on us.
✍️ Poets: Get inspired by powerful words and voices.
🎨 Youth Art Exhibit: Marvel at the creativity of our local youth.
✂️ Free Hair Cuts: Fresh cuts to symbolize fresh starts.
🍧 SPYC Raspados: Enjoy a sweet treat from SPYC.
Come meet local activists, artists, and community leaders gathered in unity. This is a family-friendly event where everyone is welcome to explore the connections between community, culture, and cultivation.

Don’t miss out on:

Learning more about our community garden’s role in sustainability.
Engaging in meaningful conversations with local leaders.
Celebrating the rich tapestry of Black history through art and nature.
Bring your family, friends, and your enthusiasm for a day filled with gardening activities and community spirit. Let’s grow together!

In Partnership with local organizations, we’re sowing the seeds for a more inclusive and connected tomorrow.

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Big Catz Culinary Farmers Market and Fundraiser

Big catz culinary farmers market

🍏🌽 Big Catz Culinary farmers market is Back! Join Us for a Night of Flavor and Impact! 🌶️🍎

Get ready for a culinary adventure that makes a difference. TMF is hosting another Evening Market; we’re thrilled to invite you to our next flavorful journey!

Experience an evening like no other, where the aromas of fresh, local produce mingle with the joy of giving back. At Big Catz Culinary farmers market and fundraiser, we’re on a mission to bring healthy foods to the communities in and around Phoenix.

What to Expect:
🌽 Farmers Market: Explore a vibrant market filled with farm-fresh delights. From organic veggies to artistically crafted jams, discover a world of flavors.

🍴 Culinary Delights: Savor delectable dishes crafted by talented local chefs. Every bite supports our cause!

🎶 Live Entertainment: Groove to the tunes of local musicians and dancers, creating the perfect ambiance for a memorable evening.

Silent auction and raffle will be held this night.

By attending this event, you’re not just treating your taste buds; you’re making a real impact. Your presence helps us bring healthy food options to food deserts in Phoenix.

Share the love of good food and community. Invite your friends and family to this culinary fundraiser that promises great food and even greater change.

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Monday Morning at Brooks People’s Garden

At Brooks People’s Garden grows this artichoke that was grown at TigerMountain’s community garden. Come learn how to harvest, sow and grow the seeds!

We are growing Nopales!

Come check out this native Southwest plant where the pads and fruit are edible!

Make volunteering a family affair at our Brooks People’s Garden! Our family-friendly garden activities ensure that both kids and adults can connect with nature while giving back to the community. We are here at Brooks People’s Garden every Monday from 9 am to 12 pm. Come out and learn how to grow with us at TigerMountain!

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Monday Morning at Brooks People’s Garden

At Brooks People’s Garden grows this artichoke that was grown at TigerMountain’s community garden. Come learn how to harvest, sow and grow the seeds!

We are growing Nopales!

Come check out this native Southwest plant where the pads and fruit are edible!

Make volunteering a family affair at our Brooks People’s Garden! Our family-friendly garden activities ensure that both kids and adults can connect with nature while giving back to the community. We are here at Brooks People’s Garden every Monday from 9 am to 12 pm. Come out and learn how to grow with us at TigerMountain!

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Monday Morning at Brooks People’s Garden

At Brooks People’s Garden grows this artichoke that was grown at TigerMountain’s community garden. Come learn how to harvest, sow and grow the seeds!

We are growing Nopales!

Come check out this native Southwest plant where the pads and fruit are edible!

Make volunteering a family affair at our Brooks People’s Garden! Our family-friendly garden activities ensure that both kids and adults can connect with nature while giving back to the community. We are here at Brooks People’s Garden every Monday from 9 am to 12 pm. Come out and learn how to grow with us at TigerMountain!

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