Attendees of this webinar will learn how personality types tie directly into success or burnout; how to regain your free-time and find more enjoyment in your commitments, and how to make yourself a better leader and engage your paid or unpaid workforce.
At Local First Arizona Foundation, we are cultivating opportunity across Arizona and strengthening local economies across the state.
The 2017 Southwest Indigenous Foodways Gathering and Small Scale Producers Forum will be held on December 6-9, 2017 in Ajo, Arizona.
Maybe you’ve heard people throwing this acronym around and wondered what on earth is a CSA? Carrot Soup Association? Canadian Space Agency? Not quite…CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture.
The Rural Policy Forum, hosted by the Local First Arizona Foundation and Arizona Rural Development Council, connects rural economic development professionals, nonprofits, community leaders, business owners, and other rural stakeholders who are interested in sustaining rural communities.
The fourth annual Arizona Food and Farm Finance Forum will be held on May 18-19, 2017, at the University of Arizona’s Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building in Tucson, Arizona, with the aim of influencing the way Arizona feeds itself and does business locally.
The newest group of Fuerza Local Business Accelerator Program graduates prepares for a new chapter after completing the series of rigorous business courses. The seventh cohort of the Accelerator Program has been the largest class to date, serving a total of 35 business owners in Phoenix and Mesa.
The beautiful desert communities in Southern Gila and Eastern Pinal Counties have relied on an economic base of copper mining for well over a century.