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Flagstaff Grand Canyon Mtn. ChaletFlagstaff, AZ, United States
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...Another delicious EcoRanch breakfast...potatoes, tomatoes, eggs, and microgreens.Find us at the Foodlink Booth at the Farmer's Market these last couple weeks to buy herbs for the holidays, potatoes, and squash.We're selling thyme and rosemary plants for holiday cooking! $8/plant or 2 for $14.Rockin' RedsEcoRanch breakfast... everything grown here. Eggs from chickens and basil. Potatoes with Dill, onions and garlic, side of squash and broccoli.
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Since we are immersed in the holiday season I thought I would send out a bit of information regarding sustainability, dish washing, reducing waste, and water use. The following list contains past observations of common occurrences I have seen at … Continue reading
Come on out to the EcoRanch on Aug 17th at 4pm for the Sustainable Living Potluck. Bring a tasty dish, take a tour, and meet great people. Patrick Pynes – Honeybee Teacher will be teaching a beekeeping that day. More … Continue reading
Today we had the pleasure of Professor Peggy Pollack and her summer Sustainable Botany Class at NAU return to the EcoRanch. Our raised beds are doing considerably well, better than we expected. Looking back at when we first planted, it … Continue reading
We’re making progress with the raised beds, only one more to go. So far we’ve planted a variety of potatoes, lentils, kale, kale, and more kale, peas, nasturtiums, oregano, basil, thyme, chamomile, bok choy, arugula, chard, a variety of lettuces, … Continue reading
THANK YOU SO MUCH NPA!!!! We had hard working, motivated seniors from Northland Preparatory Academy visit today. We started with a tour of the EcoRanch and then got down to business. Students built a rock wall, planted fruit trees and … Continue reading