The Greater Prescott area is better known for its ranching than its farming, but there’s enough of both to support a thriving local food scene, with a farmers market with nearly 50 vendors that sell crops to restaurants, as well as residents eager to join the movement. Advocates of shopping for local food say it’s fresher and healthier, retaining more flavor and nutrients than what’s been shipped in from a distant state or country. Shopping local also supports your community economically while reducing the environmental impact of your shopping choices.
1095 E. Gurley St. | Prescott
928.445.5131 | www.allansflowers.com
Earthworks Landscape & Supply
2531 N. AZ-89 | Chino Valley
928.636.3972 | www.earthworkslandscapeandsupply.com
117 E. Gurley St., Ste. 110 | Prescott
928.778.2755 | www.florianfloral.com
Prescott Flower Shop
721 Miller Valley Rd. | Prescott
928.445.0810 | www.prescottflowershop.com
The Watering Can Flower Shoppe
323 W. Butterfield Rd. | Chino Valley
928.800.1455 | www.thewateringcanflowershop.com
Watters Garden Center
1815 W. Iron Springs Rd. | Prescott
928.445.4159 | www.WattersGardenCenter.com
Prescott Farmers Market
900 Iron Springs Rd. | Prescott
April through October
November through March
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
See your neighbors — Meet your farmers — Know your food
Prescott Valley Community Market
7210 E. Pav Way | Prescott Valley 520.404.0358
Sundays, November through March from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Prescott Gem & Mineral Club
P.O. box 3923 | Chino Valley
20th Annual Prescott Gem & Mineral Club Show coming in 2024
Prescott Frontier Days, Inc.® – World’s Oldest Rodeo®
840 Rodeo Dr., #D | Prescott 928.445.3103 www.worldsoldestrodeo.com
July 1-7, 2024 Prescott has been the home to the World’s Oldest Rodeo® & Prescott Frontier Days® since 1888.