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A Deep Dive into the Importance of Arizona's Local Markets


Says Local First Arizona Founder, "One of the things Local First is best at is helping people understand the true costs of the things they buy."

Arizona Agriculture is 23 Billion Dollars Beautiful


When you uncover all the agriculture produced in this desert state you discover it’s 23 billion dollars of beautiful.

29 Arizona Farmers and Ranchers Tell You Why They Are Farm Bureau Members


I know why I’m a member of Arizona Farm Bureau: the organization supports our state’s farmers, ranchers and dairy farmers. And, if you’re reading this and you’re a member, you know too. But check out the 29 Arizona agriculture farmers and ranchers and what they say about being a Farm Bureau member.

Arizona Farm Bureau Pleased by Mark Killian's Appointment as Director of Arizona Department of Agriculture


Arizona Farm Bureau is pleased by today’s announcement of Mark Killian as the new director of Arizona’s Department of Agriculture (ADA).

Economic Study: Agriculture in Arizona's Economy: An Economic Contribution Analysis


This study serves as a useful tool in understanding exactly what agriculture brings to our state.

Arizona Agriculture has Spoken; Question is, Will EPA LIsten?


The comment deadline has come and gone. Just under a half a million comments were submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency regarding their proposed Waters of the U.S. rule.

Arizona Agriculture: An Often Ignored Success Story


One of the greatest resources of this country is our inspiration — an idea every time you turn around.

A Conversation with a Risk Taker: State Senator Bob Worsley


Invested in a vast potash deposit in northern Arizona, the Senator talks about the economic boost this could bring to Arizona agriculture.

Arizona Agriculture by the Numbers in 2014


Preliminary results from the 2012 Census of Agriculture.

Why Do I Need a Succession Plan?


It’s like a child to you. You’ve nurtured it and watched it grow and develop. You’ve put your heart and soul into your family farm or small business … and it didn’t take days or weeks. It took decades to build your operation to the size, scope and value it holds today.