Chino Valley Foodscape Community Members
Here you will find Chino Valley Organizations, Businesses and Individuals
with Agricultural Resources and Skills to share with Local Residents of Chino Valley
Chino Valley Local Businesses are the backbone of the town. Plant Nurseries, Farms, Feed Companies, Ranches, Agricultural Materials Transportation and more. We SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESS.
Chino Valley Ranches, Farms, Garden Communities, Schools and Supporting Organizations. These provide local agricultural resources and products to the residents of Chino Valley.
Agri & Garden Gurus
Chino Valley Agricultural and Garden Gurus with their agricultural animals and gardens provide a meaningful contribution to the local gardening community. They are recognized here. Many have resources available to share
Searching For Foodscape Community Leaders
Chino Valley, Arizona
The Town of Chino Valley is the site of Arizona’s first Territorial Capital. In 1864, the capital moved to Prescott, which is fifteen miles away. The area was named ‘Chino Valley’ by U.S. Army Cavalry Lt. Amiel W. who gave the community its name while traveling through the area. Chino is the Mexican name for the abundant, curly grama grass growing in the area.
Alternatively, long before its incorporation in 1970, Chino Valley was named the first Territorial Capital of Arizona by Governor John Noble Goodwin in 1864, an event still celebrated annually with the town’s Territorial Days Parade.
The community has a population of 77,964 and boasts 3,000 acres of publicly-owned open space, 44 parks, and 48 miles of trails.
Elevation: 4708 FT