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Growers & CO.
Look for a feature article on Steward in the upcoming winter article of award-winning author and farmer Jean-Martin Fortier’s magazine celebrating the movement of small-scale agriculture.
western ag life
In quarterly articles for Western Ag Life Magazine, Joel covers all aspects of southwestern agriculture—histories of formative breeds and regional icons, features of farms and organizations shaping borderlands restoration, and interviews with experts like Terrol Johnson of Tohono O’odham Community Action, the team at San Xavier Co-op Farm, and Kyle Windquist of Habitat Commanders.
- Deadly Design: Building Ranchland Game Habitat
- Lighting the Way: Luminarias in the Southwest
- The Future of Agriculture Grows in the Past
- Farming the Land of Little Rain
- Navajo-Churro Sheep: North America’s Fist Domestic Breed
American Indian Republic
A review of the dichotomous American approaches to land management that led to the Bears Ears controversy. Published December 2017.
“A healthy culture is a communal order of memory, insight, value, work, conviviality, reverence, aspiration. It reveals the human necessities and the human limits. It clarifies our inescapable bonds to the earth and to each other. It assures that the necessary restraints are observed, that the necessary work is done, and that it is done well.”
Wendell Berry, The Unsettling of America