You can always come back but you can’t always leave. Amber Morin, Arizona rancher, gives us her thoughts on the urban agriculture divide and why we are more alike than different.
Arizona summers are brutal, to say the least, with reprieve arriving only when you catch sight of dark clouds forming on the horizon, smell a hint of moisture in the air, and the mesquite trees start to rustle as a late afternoon wind tickles their branches. The afternoon monsoon has arrived and if you listen closely, you can almost hear the desert sigh in relief. Monsoon season is a big deal in… Read More