By Casey Holland | Where does our water come from? Too few of us in the United States ask this question as we turn on our faucets and partake in a seemingly limitless supply of clean drinking water.
By Tyler Hoyt | Living close to the mountains has advantages, like being able to physically see the source of our water and look after it.
By Harrison Topp | It’s still a surprise to a lot of people that we straight-up don’t get enough precipitation to grow most crops. We are reliant on the water that comes out of the mountains from melting snow.
By Casey Holland | After I grew up and went to college, I rapidly realized the importance of agriculture as a means to directly address some of the most pernicious challenges facing my community.
By Nery Martínez | Just because you’ve never worked with a shovel doesn’t mean you can’t become a farmer.
By Tyler Hoyt | We had been dreaming about owning a farm. We wanted long-term returns on our investments into the land, and ownership was the only way to partially guarantee this far-sighted approach.
By Harrison Topp | Three years ago I made my first fruit sale from my family’s orchard in Colorado.
Introducing our 2016 series: Farming in the Arid West