Category Archives: Life in a Day
Over the weekend my wife and I spent the better part of two days assembling watering systems, working soil and planting various herbs and vegetable seeds in two 4 ft x 4 ft garden boxes in our backyard.
It is delicious. Be it in a bowl of cereal, chilled in a tall glass, or in an ice cream cone, milk is a commodity loved by many. However, as we enjoy our three servings of dairy each day, Joe Serrano, part owner of Joharra Dairy in Casa Grande is working hard to maintain healthy and productive dairy cows.
Almost as long as there have been Americans, the wealthiest and most prestigious among us have sought to ensure their legacy through the purchase and preservation of land.
On Saturday, July 24th, 2010, farmers and ranchers are encouraged to capture video of life on the farm and post it as part of Google’s “Life in a Day” project, designed to document the lives of people around the world on one day.
By Stewart Truelsen As the economy loses blue collar and white collar jobs, one bright spot in the employment outlook appears to be so-called “green collar jobs.” But what exactly are green collar jobs? Vice President Joe Biden described green … Continue reading