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Hay Bale Gardens

By Michael Russell, recent Arizona State University Nutrition Communications Student A raised garden is a wonderful idea, it combines innovation and beauty, but it also requires a lot of work and at times a lot of money.  For those of … Continue reading

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Edible Gardens

By Michael Russell, recent Arizona State University Nutrition Communications Student I’ve written a previous blog post about backyard farming and staying within that theme I wanted to write about some tips on creating an edible garden.  I understand that some … Continue reading

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Backyard Farms: Becoming Self Sufficient

By Michael Russell, recent Arizona State University Nutrition Communications Student I have long dreamed of a chance to own a plot of land and yield from it foods that I can use to feed myself and my family.  The first … Continue reading

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Celebrate Dairy Month with Your Arizona Dairy Farmers

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau We’ve earlier mentioned that June is National Dairy Month! It’s worth noting since diary, which includes cheese, milk, yogurt, butter and other dairy products, is an important part of Arizona’s agriculture legacy (see our … Continue reading

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Arizona Farmers get more Crop per Drop

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern  Water is important to farmers and ranchers across the globe, it grows their crops and waters their livestock, after all. Here in the desert state of Arizona, it can be an even more … Continue reading

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