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Mortimer Farms is a real pumpkin, corn, berry, and veggies farm in Dewey, Arizona. The Farm, and our cattle ranch just down the road, are both operated by the Mortimer Family and our amazing team of employees.
12907 State Rt. 169
Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona 86327
Sleeping Frog Farms is an intensive 75-acre farm nestled in the Cascabel corridor of the San Pedro River Valley. Founded on permaculture design and biodynamic principles, we are dedicated to providing our community with seasonal heirloom produce.
4510 N Cascabel Rd Benson
Benson, Arizona 85602
Mary Hysong is a local grower who sells produce at the Globe-Miami farmers market in the summer and at Superior’s market in the winter. At her home in Miami, she grows vegetables year-round, organically, on a 1,000-square-foot plot.
Phoenix Pinnacle Farms specializes in heritage grains, vegetable and fruits and is located both in Waddell, and South Mountain.
8841 S. 27th Ave
Laveen, Arizona 85339
My parents, Sam and Edie Kelsall, purchased this property in 1968. This farm was to replace the one the city was engulfing at Dobson and Elliot. To the East was Smitty's grocery and to the west was Chilcott's Dairy. Being next to the dairy the farm g
1663 E. Baseline Rd
Arizona's Finest Citrus We have hundreds of acres dedicated to growing the finest Arizona Citrus.
3825 E. McKellips Rd.
Mesa, Arizona 85215
Grandma's Farm is committed to the original ideals of organic agriculture as a sustainable 15 acre agricultural farm.
8888 S 19th Ave
Phoenix, Arizona 85041
Desert Tortoise Botanicals is a small family-owned company located in Tucson, AZ. Our offerings include handmade herbal products using only ethically wild harvested or organically grown herbs.
Aravaipa Creekside Growers' sustainable diversified farm is located on 5 acres on the banks of Aravaipa Creek just north of Tuscon. Their seasonal vegetables, oyster mushrooms, and flowers are produced and grown ecologically without pesticides.
Aravaipa Canyon, Arizona