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Hello From Felicia's Farm!

Did you know that right here in Tucson there are thousands of people who struggle every day to get enough healthy food to eat? Our founder was inspired to help his community and honor his wife’s memory by growing and donating fresh food. Each week, Felicia’s Farm donates an average of 250 pounds of produce and 100 dozen eggs to a local soup kitchen, helping 1,000 very low income and/or homeless people have better food to eat. With your help, we can continue to keep Growing + Giving!

Growing & Giving

Why Felicia’s Farm

  • In 2017 we donated over 10,000 pounds of fresh produce and over 6,900 dozen eggs! That’s over 82,000 eggs. That’s a lot of protein!
  • In 2017 we built an education ramada so we can more comfortably host field trips and work days! Now our volunteers have a large shady place to take water breaks and work on sedentary projects
  • Locally grown, freshly picked produce has higher nutrition content
  • Incorporating a significant proportion of fresh fruits and vegetables is a common challenge facing many soup kitchens around the country
  • The farm preserves open space and farmland in an area of Tucson traditionally farmed for many years

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Fresh off the Farm

  1. Farm Fresh Cocktail – Launch Party!

    January 29, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Meet Our Team

Cathy Lolwing

Outreach and Marketing, B.A. Education from Illinois State University, creates partnerships in Tucson with corporations, non-profits and others to increase Felicia’s Farm’s impact. Cathy has been involved with the farm since 2010. She has worked at Fortune 500 companies and has experience in sales, education, volunteer management and is excited to help expand awareness of Felicia’s Farm while helping others in Tucson.

Sofia Forier-Montes

Farm Manager, M.S. in Environmental Science With Agronomy Focus, University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona- 2014 and B.S. In Crop Production. Coordinates farm activities including planting schedule and produce donations, assists with coordination of volunteers and community outreach. Began January 2015, employed full time

Alex Bencomo

A Tucson Transplant who moved here in 2014 to study at the University of Arizona only to fall in love with the town and culture instead. Alex is passionate about sustainable growing practices and making nutrient-dense foods more readily available to everyone regardless of social class. They work with volunteers around the farm to accomplish the day-to-day tasks that help us provide fresh eggs

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Ashton Inskeep

Education and Volunteer Coordinator, B.S. in Environmental Science from University of Arizona. Experience working on organic farms and a small goat and sheep dairy. Started in November 2015. Arranges field trips and volunteers and assists in day-to-day tasks of the farm.