Arizona Ag Articles
Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Gary Pasquinelli
Arizona Farm Bureau recently recognized Gary as 2021 Farmer of the Year during its Annual Meeting last November.
A Few of My Favorite Things to Be Thankful for on Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is usually a joyous occasion. I have always enjoyed getting to spend time with family and friends. Some of my favorite things about Thanksgiving include playing flag football before dinner, eating a turkey leg (yes, the whole turkey leg), watching the Cowboys play, and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade.
You Need Agriculture and Agriculture Needs Water
Water is critical to farming and ranching. However, agriculture sometimes gets accused of using most of the water in Arizona. Well, you and I need agriculture and agriculture needs water.
One Arizona Farmer's Take on the Tier One Shortage
Did our Pinal county farmers plan well enough? Why do they appear to have come up short knowing this was most likely going to happen even six years ago?
November December 2021 Arizona Agriculture
Scientists and especially geologists have an interesting take at times about water in Arizona. Some even appear fairly hopeful.
Arizona Farm Bureau’s Hayley Andrus Becomes Latest Graduate of the Women’s Communication Boot Camp
Andrus, along with 12 other women, trained through an intensive four-day course completed by these agricultural leaders.
A Toast to Arizona Farm Bureau’s 100 Years with Arizona Wine and Beer
As our Arizona agriculture farmers and ranchers celebrate the organization’s 100 years, we bring Arizona wine and beer to the celebration to commemorate this significant anniversary. The radio segment gives the inside scoop of how these two commemorative drinks were crafted.
Arizona Farm Bureau Celebrates 100 Years!
This year marks Arizona Farm Bureau’s 100 years. Officially incorporated in 1921, this grassroots organization serves Arizona’s farmers and ranchers in grassroots advocacy, communication and agriculture education, in addition to Arizona families that have joined the organization in support of the agriculture industry.
Arizona Farm Bureau Celebrates November’s Arizona Leafy Greens Proclamation
Arizona Governor Ducey has proclaimed November 2021 Arizona leafy Greens month because Arizona is known as the winter lettuce capital of the U.S. providing Americans with an abundance of lettuce and leafy greens from November to March.