Copperstate Farms, a vertically integrated Arizona cannabis operator, partnered with the Arizona Trail Association, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect, maintain, enhance, promote and sustain the Arizona Trail as a unique encounter with the natural environment.
As a Premier Legacy Partner, Copperstate Farms is donating $20,000 to support new trail construction and maintenance. The company will also serve as the presenting sponsor for AZ Trail in a Day, an annual tradition now in its fifth year that will take place Saturday, Oct. 8. Visit aztrail.org.
Copperstone Farms is the parent company of Sol Flower, 13650 N. 99th Ave., Sun City.
AZ Trail in a Day invites individuals to hike, bike, ride or run a segment of the Arizona National Scenic Trail with a goal to collectively cover all 800 miles in a single day while raising $50,000 to support priority trail projects and programs. The trail spans from Mexico to Utah and has been divided into nearly 100 sections, ranging in length from 2.1 to 13.8 miles.
Numerous segments are still in need of coverage in order to meet the goal of completing the AZT in a day. Registration is free and individuals can reserve their preferred segment online. Copperstate Farms has committed to hiking an eight-mile section that starts in the Coconino National Forest and continues into the Tonto National Forest near Payson.
Established in 2016, Copperstate Farms is the top cannabis wholesaler in Arizona and manages a 40-acre glass greenhouse in Snowflake. The company is also home to award-winning cannabis brand, Good Things Coming, and operates five Sol Flower dispensaries with retail locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City, and two in Tempe.
Throughout October, Sol Flower will donate a portion of sale proceeds from Good Things Coming to the ATA.