Arizona Ag Articles

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Arizona Agriculture Teacher Shortage Can be Solved

9/15/2017

While a shortage still exists, a variety of efforts have been undertaken on national, state and local levels to get more ag teachers in our Arizona schools.

Urban Farm Continues to Encourage Fruit Trees in the Desert

9/7/2017

Arizona residents flocked to the Annual Fruit Tree Program, where experts shared their knowledge about growing fruit trees in the desert climate.

Abuse and Misuse of the Antiquities Act Must Stop

9/6/2017

Most western state ranchers lease land from the federal government and have done so for decades to graze their cattle on the open range.

Arizona Needs to Raise Up the Next Generation of Agricultural Lawyers

9/5/2017

2017 marks the first year agricultural law is being taught at Arizona State University's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.

Millennials Are Ready to Be Builders

8/8/2017

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Outreach Director: In June, I met Monsanto’s Director of Mil...

New I-9 Form Must Be Used by September 18th

8/3/2017

By Julie Pace, attorney with Cavanagh Law specializing in employment-related issues: As may be awar...

Arizona is ranked 7th in the top 25 states with the highest Rural Road Fatality Rate

7/25/2017

By Staff Reports, Arizona Farm Bureau: According to Trip, a private nonprofit organization that res...

Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Anita Waite and Sherwood Koehn

7/18/2017

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Outreach Director: Like so many of our ranchers in Arizona, ...

Ag is Ugly but Hunger is Even Uglier

7/14/2017

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Outreach Director: Farming and ranching is ugly but hunger i...

Pinal County Farm Bureau’s Community Activism is Philanthropic

7/12/2017

By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Manager: Committed to supporting aspiring young agricultu...

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