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ABOUT US

Desert Harvesters (DH) is based in Tucson, Arizona, in the beautiful, unique Sonoran Desert. For over twenty years Desert Harvesters has supported and grown community food and water security by inspiring the “re-wilding” of urban and suburban neighborhoods with delicious, drought-hardy, super-nutritious desert food plants, and cooking up affordable, place-based recipes anyone can create in their kitchen: A Grass-Roots Gastronomy!


Welcome to DH’s new website! The site is under construction until projected completion in 2022.  It is being designed in response to community feedback to be more organized, user-friendly, easier to navigate, visually engaging, inspiring and interactive. Thanks to all who have helped improve this site!


For specific information about Sonoran Desert plants, tending, processing, cooking etc. see our 12 NEW Native Food Guides

Desert Harvesters is grateful to be able to work within traditional Tohono O'odham,

O'odham Jeweḍ and Pasqua Yaqui homelands, and acknowledges our ongoing commitment

to un-learn and help change colonial behaviors through personal and group work.

EAT MESQUITE & MORE COOKBOOK

Desert Harvesters is finalizing the revision of our award-winning cookbook! We are very grateful for funding from the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona's THRIVING COMMUNITIES GRANT, which has helped make this work possible.

Purchase your revised and updated cookbook, available by the end of January or early February HERE!

THANKS to the 200+ people who  pre-ordered at the 2022 special price- your up-front funding  made a big difference!!!!

Please consider making a donation to support the publication of a revised 2nd edition!

NEON:  Neighborhood  Empowerment and Outreach Network

Got something to share?

Want something to harvest? 

Sign up to join NEON on our facebook page!


NEON was created for folx to connect and exchange desert foods and resources focused on planting, tending, harvesting, processing, sharing, innovating, appreciating, trading and using foods from local native Sonoran Desert food forests and Sky Islands.

       

Acknowledgements

Desert Harvesters thanks the following organizations for ongoing partnership, support, and generous funding over many years: