Tag Archives: #irrigation

Felfie of A Swingarm

Just want to show off our new swing arm on one of the pivots on Garfield Farm in Pasco.  Farmer Dan Schneider took a felfie (farmer selfie) of the three of us in front of this fabulous new machinery. What is … Continue reading

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Idaho’s Snow Report

While Idaho, especially southwestern Idaho, is still in a drought due to years of low snowfall in the mountains, things have eased this year. This was helped in part by late winter and early spring snowfall in the mountains, as … Continue reading

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The Editors at the NY Times Should Probably Stop Eating…

…because apparently they have an issue with irrigated agriculture –  how a huge percentage of food nation-wide is grown.  It is unfortunate that individuals at such a prestigious publication, upon which thousands of people rely for quality news, decided to … Continue reading

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Irrigation of the Treasure Valley, Idaho

When one thinks of the Great State of Idaho, they often think of the Rocky Mountains. Indeed, this is not without foundation, as 75% of the state is mountainous.  However, the bottom band, east to west, is called the “Snake … Continue reading

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Spring Updates from Farmer Guy Therrien + Tiling

Hello Everyone! You know we just love getting updates from our farmer friends about what’s happening on their farms right now.  Here’s the lastest news from Farmer Guy Therrien, who was just profiled last week. “Hello, The spring planting has … Continue reading

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Farmer Profile: John Sturtevant

    We are proud to introduce you to John Sturtevant of Pasco, Washington.  He runs a very clean farming operation, his yields are consistently some of the highest around, his equipment and fields are meticulously maintained; every aspect of … Continue reading

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Snapshots from Sweet Hills Farm – Canal Work

Cleaning out the canals of debris, trash, tumbleweeds SIGNS OF SPRING      You can tell that spring is going to be here pretty soon.  Even though there was snow on the ground this morning, we’ve seen a couple of … Continue reading

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