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Challie Facemire Q&A

Challie Facemire Q&A

Meet Challie Facemire, Program Director for the Central Arizona Conservation Alliance Central Arizona Conservation Alliance (CAZCA) was founded in 2012 as an ongoing initiative of Desert Botanical Garden. Together with regional partners, CAZCA developed a long-term...
Spaces of Opportunity Healing Garden

Spaces of Opportunity Healing Garden

A new healing garden will be added to Spaces of Opportunity, the 19-acre farm in south Phoenix. Spaces of Opportunity — a partnership between Desert Botanical Garden, Tiger Mountain Foundation, Unlimited Potential, Orchard Community Learning Center and Roosevelt...
The History and Traditions of La Posada

The History and Traditions of La Posada

A Mexican holiday tradition is returning to the Garden and adding an extra layer of magic to Las Noches de las Luminarias on Dec.18. La Posada will transport Garden visitors to Mexico, where it is celebrated, as they make their way through the Garden with singing...
Ryan Thayer Q&A

Ryan Thayer Q&A

Desert Botanical Garden is excited to announce Ryan Thayer has joined as the first executive director for Spaces of Opportunity. Spaces of Opportunity is a 14-acre incubator farm, family garden and on-site farmers market in south Phoenix that provides affordable...
Pumpkin Carving Guide

Pumpkin Carving Guide

Strange Garden is right around the corner, once you pick up your free pumpkin at the event, use these boo-tanical inspired pumpkin-carving stencils to ensure your pumpkins are the coolest on the block.   Pick from a cactus, agave or prickly pear and step up your...

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