My climate change plan: foster community
By Casey Holland | Sustainability isn’t just about what crops and varieties we are or aren’t growing, it is also about the connections we continue to build with members of our community.
I need more information: Balancing rain and irrigation
By Casey Holland | The monsoons finally arrived in August. They were more than a month later than usual, but I am grateful for them all the same.
When the heat doesn’t stop: adapting to climate change
By Casey Holland | Year after year, as the heat becomes more intense and the rain becomes more scarce, I have to come to terms with what this new reality truly means for the farm’s future.
From droughts to contamination, our water supply is precarious
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.
Meet Casey: "I’ve finally found the farm I hope to spend the rest of my life on"
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.
Our 2016 bloggers: Farming in the arid West
Introducing our 2016 series: Farming in the Arid West