Mountain Meadow Farm

4509 Mountain Meadow Dr.
Flagstaff
86001

Mountain Meadow Farm

Eco-Agriculture/PermacultureEnvironmental EducationEco-ProductsLocal Business

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At 6,900 feet on 3 acres in Flagstaff, Arizona, Mountain Meadow Farm produces food and other agricultural products using sustainable practices, plus it serves as a demonstration site for our community. We intend to satisfy our needs for a variety of nutritious, delicious foods produced without the use of petrochemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. Our farm demonstrates permaculture design principles and strategies; through tours, presentations, workshops, and the media, we share with others what we do and have learned. Chuck McDougal, Mountain Meadow Farm’s owner, designer, and farmer, operates this facility with the help of volunteers who also passionately advocate sustainable agriculture and the pleasure of homegrown food.

(928) 527-0986

www.mountainmeadowfarm.com

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