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Rethinking Groundwater Use in Willcox

Some farmers respond as water levels drop in an area sustained economically by agriculture.

CDC Expands Warning in E. Coli Outbreak From Arizona Lettuce

Avoid whole heads of romaine from Yuma.

Bill Aims to Reduce Rate of Suicide Among Farmers

The proposal would create outlets like counseling for agricultural workers under financial and emotional stress.

Lifeblood of the Desert: Can Technology Solve Yuma's Water Woes?

Scientists hope cutting edge tech will allow farmers to zero in on water usage and efficiency.

Dry Conditions Will Likely Cost Cattle Ranchers, Association VP Says

Though forage due to last year's precipitation could help them manage until rains return.

Yuma Residents to Lawmakers: Stop CAP From Stealing Water

Friday's listening session was the second in the state on proposed changes to water law.

Vegetable Harvest Brings Wave of Guest Workers to Arizona

Migrant farmworkers on the H-2A visa help complete massive harvest starting in November.

Central Arizona Farmers Preparing for Potential Water Shortages

Farmers in the region would be the first to feel the effects of the cuts.

Trump Tariffs' Impact Could Reach Agriculture, Arizona Farmer Says

Agriculture industry braces for impact from President Trump's tariff declaration.

Bill Legalizing Industrial Hemp Moves Forward in Arizona Legislature

The Legislature is one step closer to making hemp a legal crop.

Understanding Water Challenges for Agricultural Communities

Arizona would take the biggest reduction in the Lower Basin of the Colorado River.

Sen. Flake: End to NAFTA Would Hurt U.S. Economy

Flake predicted a rise in unemployment, farm subsidies and illegal immigration if trade deal is ended.

Nogales Sewage Leak Repair Could Slow Movement of Mexican Produce

The clock is ticking to repair a 50-foot break in a sewage line so produce trucks can reach their destinations quickly.

Farm Lobby Looks to Put Guestworker Program Under Agriculture Department

Some hope to create a pliable labor force that will not organize, one analyst said.

Rare Arizona Turtle to Join Endangered Species List

US Fish and Wildlife says the reptile is in danger of extinction.

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