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Your Ultimate Salad Guide

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern When you’re trying to eat healthy, it seems like all you ever eat is salad. Whether it’s a Cobb salad, a fruit salad, or a salad made up of whatever is in your … Continue reading

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Dandy Dandelions

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Let me set the stage: It’s a beautiful day outside and you’ve decided to go out and clean up the yard a little bit. Mow the lawn, cut the bushes, pull the weeds, … Continue reading

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Little Known Facts about Arizona’s Leafy Greens

January is a good time for green!!! No, not money. That other green – fresh, nutritious, delicious leafy green vegetables like endive, Spring Mix, cabbage, Romaine, Arugula, Iceberg, and Radicchio, to name a few.   And all of it coming from … Continue reading

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Let’s Celebrate Arizona Grown Leafy Greens

November is the month of gratitude and if there is one thing we have to be grateful for here in Arizona it is the abundance of locally grown leafy greens produced during the fall and winter months. While you might … Continue reading

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Get to Know Your Leafy Greens

Yuma, Arizona is gearing up for the winter “leafy greens” growing season! This modest community in southern Arizona becomes widely known as the nation’s winter salad bowl from around November to March. That means that 90% of the nation’s vegetables … Continue reading

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