Farmer Portraits, Then and Now

By Brenna Zumbro / Photography By Brenna Zumbro | December 01, 2015
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Editor’s Note: This photo essay is the fourth in a four-part series to revisit the locals we profiled in our first year of publication. This page’s black and white portraits are from 2006, when we paid homage to new farmers and to those who had left the business. The color portraits that follow are recent photographs by Brenna Zumbro. Click on any photo to begin slide show.

Tanita-Farms
Farmer-Frank
Charlie-Collins
Perry-Rea
Photo 1: Tanita Farms. Produce stand ceased operations March 2006,
Photo 2: Frank Martin, Crooked Sky Farms by Josh Schachter. Started March 2001,
Photo 3: Charlie Collins, Victory Farms by Carole Topalian. Ceased operations July 2005.
Photo 4: Perry Rea, Queen Creek Olive Mill by Carole Topalian. Trees planted 1996, mill started 2002.
Arnott-Duncan
Ken-Singh
David-Vose
Lylah-Ledner
Photo 1: Arnott Duncan, Duncan Family Farms
Photo 2: Ken Singh, Singh Farms
Photo 3: David Vose, Blue Sky Organic Farms
Photo 4: Lylah Ledner, The Simple Farm
Suzanne-Vilardi
Maya-Dailey
Wendell-Crow
Photo 1: Suzanne Vilardi, Vilardi Gardens
Photo 2: Maya Dailey, Maya’s Farm
Photo 3: Wendell Crow, Crow’s Dairy
Article from Edible Phoenix at http://ediblephoenix.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/farmer-portraits-then-and-now
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