Monthly Archives: April 2017

Hive-proud Honey Bees

By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Manager and southern Arizona rancher with her family With all the talk surrounding honey bee declines, you might be wondering why I would spend any amount of time talking about “hive-proud” honey bees. … Continue reading

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Fill Your Plate with Steak

By Sarah LeVesque, Arizona State University Nutrition Student  For me, steak has always been consumed during special occasions or after a hard workout. But it’s more than just a fancy cut of beef. Meat contains a variety of micronutrients that … Continue reading

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A Message to Moms: Don’t Fear the Fear Tactics in Marketing

By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Manager and southern Arizona rancher Hi, moms! In agriculture, we are moms too and we care about you. We understand that being a mom can be very fulfilling, but also very stressful. As … Continue reading

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Artificial Sweeteners: Good or Bad?

By Tim Nordberg, Arizona State University Nutrition Student There seems to be a new fad diet every year.  For a while, everyone seemed to be worried about cutting carbohydrates from their diet but now it seems everyone is concerned about … Continue reading

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Quick and Easy Applesauce

By Emily Carver, Arizona State University Nutrition Student  Maybe it’s just me, but sometimes thinking about making something I normally buy at the grocery store seems daunting. Making applesauce seemed daunting. Prior to making it, I thought there were several … Continue reading

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