What did the people in 1775 (Indigenous and Spanish) use to build their homes and make their tools?  Participants will learn about the Sonoran environment and how it affects the world we live in.  Activities will focus on sustainable living practices that are being re-learned today and may include:

**Making adobe bricks
**Water harvesting
**Cochineal use and harvesting
**Native gardening techniques
**Learn to harvest and use nopales (prickly pear)

When
April 28th, 2021 5:00 PM through  7:00 PM
Location
186 N. Court Street
Tucson, AZ 85701
United States
Contact
Phone: 520-622-0594
Event Fee(s)
1 Attendee $ 5.00
2 Attendees $ 10.00
3 Attendees $ 15.00
4 Attendees $ 20.00
5 Attendees $ 25.00
6 Attendees $ 30.00
7 Attendees $ 35.00
8 Attendees $ 40.00
9 Attendees $ 45.00
10 Attendees $ 50.00

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