Tag Archives: Garden

Planting Through the Low Desert Seasons

By Cricket Aldridge, Urban Farm Lifestyle Editor   One of the coolest things about gardening in the Sonoran Desert is that we can grow every month of the year, with the hardest time to grow being July through September, although … Continue reading

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Homemade, Garden Fresh Pizza

By Lori Meszaros, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student  Farmer’s markets and grocery stores are filled with all of the freshest ingredients you need to make this homemade, garden fresh pizza at home. And with the weather starting to warm … Continue reading

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Bee Gardens: How you can Become an Active Participant in Agriculture too!

By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Manager and in ranching with her parents in Southwest Arizona In a recent buzz-worthy blog, Arizona’s Agriculture’s Honey Story is Sweet, we took time to discuss the natural ebbs and flows of honey … Continue reading

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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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