Come See Us at the Farmers Market

Prescott Farmers Market @ Walgreens parking
The corner of Willow Creek Rd. and Gail Gardner, in Prescott.
Every Saturday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Rain or Shine

Anthem Farmers Market @ Anthem Community Park
41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem, AZ 85086.
Every Sunday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Rain or Shine

Sun City Farmers Market @ Bell Recreation Center
The corner of Bell and 99th Ave, in Sun City.
Every Thursday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Rain or Shine

Come See Us! Buy Local, Buy Quality!

Come See Us! Buy Local, Buy Quality!

Skull Valley Lavender Farm is a small family farm in Arizona. We grow lavender, hops, fruit, figs, and berries, and raise heritage sheep and chickens. Tucked away in the Prescott National Forest, it is a peaceful oasis among ranch land, howling coyotes, grazing cows, huge Oaks, Junipers, Manzanita, on a sandy loam soil that is excellent for growing all organic, high-altitude lavender.

A few hives with bees are scattered around our lavender fields. Our bees are all treatment-free and supply us with delicious raw, unadulterated honey. A small flock of Navajo Churro Sheep handles our natural weed control and gives us their fabulous wool. Every week we have a limited amount of non-gmo, AWA certified eggs available from our heirloom breed chickens.

Animal Welfare Approved (AWA)

We are Animal Welfare Approved (AWA)

Bee Friendly Farm

We are a Bee Friendly Farm

Buy Local, Be Local!

Buy Local, Be Local!

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Skull Valley Lavender Farm, P.O. Box 214, Skull Valley, AZ 86338



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Quote by Jane Goodall

chicken“If you spend just a few minutes each day thinking about the choices you make; What you buy, what you eat, what you wear, how it was made, if it harmed the environment, if it hurt animals, if it was socially unjust? That would cause you to make small changes. If millions of people make small changes, we start to influence the companies that are making unethical products.”.

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