I’ve always thought it would be fun to work on a farm. Luckily, my uncle owns one. I’m Mark’s niece from Portland, Oregon where I live in the suburbs and the average high temperature this summer has been 74 degrees. So when I decided to come down to Arizona for a month this summer and try my hand at farming, needless to say, I was in for some big changes. I experienced my first monsoon and dust storm in the same week. But three things I learned right off the bat, a farmer always: drives a truck, shuts his front gate, and watches out for scorpions. But at Rhibafarms there is a lot more to it.
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