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Are you planning on visiting the Grand Canyon this year? Or maybe you are just looking to get out of the busy city and spend time immersed in nature. If so, a couple nights at the Flagstaff Grand...So annoying....sorry plantsGet excited, next week we’ve got #farmfresh eggs coming your way!!🐓 • • • #farmfresheggs #freerange #freerangeeggs #cagefree #sustainablefarming #localeggs #localfood #realfood #chemicalfree #hormonefree #sustainableagriculture #ecoranch #ecofriendly #flagstaff #arizona #farm #communitysupportedagricultureWeekend vibes 👩🏼🌾🌤 • • • We’ve been planting and seeding under the blue skies and full moon all weekend long.🌱 • • • #seedstarting #transplanting #fullmoonplanting #sewingseeds #nongmo #organicfood #realfood #sustainablefarming #sustainability #highaltitudegrowing #plantbased #chemicalfreefood #communitysupportedagriculture #climateresiliency #nau #lumberjacks #farmtotable #freshfood #localfood #supportyourfarmers #flagstaff #flagstafffarming 📸: @karsyn__CSA:: Community supported agriculture. By signing up for our CSA shares your putting your money where your mouth is. It is your way to ensure you know exactly where your food comes from and how it is being produced. Our shares are a way to buy #localfood that is grown ethically and chemical-free. • It is a powerful investment to your health, community, and local economy. Supporting CSA shares is an immediate partnership between you and small scale growers, and helps keep independent businesses like ours, thriving when unforeseen circumstances arise such as weather conditions, invasive pests, or other tough growing conditions occur. • We are thrilled to have started our season here at the ecoranch, and are gladly still accepting share sign ups! Just head to our website-link in bio, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org • • • #communitysupportedagriculture #farmtotable #organicfood #sustainablefarming #hightitude #harvest #highaltitudefarming #localfood #supportyourlocalfarmer #foodwithroots #regenerativeagriculture #nogmos #groworganic #farmlife #lumberjacks #northernarizonauniversity #flagstafffarms #eatmoreveggies #organicproduce #seasonaleating #arizonagrown #farmtofork #freshfoodOver wintered carrots to start the CSA!
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We’re now registered as a pollinator site, you can too! Good luck to all you pollinators out there – stop by our place anytime you like! Advertisements
Head on down to Root for the Flag EcoRanch Kale Salad…we’re now on their menu! Thanks Dave-O and the Root family. Our CSA has been going great too! We ended up selling ten shares which allows us to donate five … Continue reading
Our student driven CSA starts soon! This is a collaborative CSA between Flagstaff EcoRanch, Tree A’Lolly Farms, and WIC. Here are a few photos of some of the veggies growing and awaiting your dinner plates! We are selling ten shares … Continue reading
We wanted to give a huge thanks to Chris and Phil from Warner’s who donated time and materials to our drip line system and upgrades. This project had a lot of moving parts and a lot of help from the … Continue reading
This semester, I have had the pleasure of working with six capstone students (Cory, JJ, Gabe, Sean, Kolby, and Austin) at NAU from January through May. This group has been one of the hardest working and most professional groups of … Continue reading
Check out our shout out to student worker page…is shout out still a thing? Anyways, we just made a page to highlight all the awesome people and work that is being completed here at the EcoRanch by our student interns … Continue reading
We were recently nominated as a Green Champion by Green Living Magazine here in Arizona.
We just received an email from WWOOF and they are running a grant opportunity for all you WWOOFers and volunteers. Project Requirements Project requirements include producing a minimum of 20 high quality photos, 3 or more short videos (3 min … Continue reading
We are pleased to say that with the help of one of our many interns, Chris, we have been awarded two grants this year. The first was through Flagstaff Foodlink and their Grower Grant for $500. With this money, another … Continue reading