The spray of water droplets hitting the sandy ground arc tiny rainbows in the summer sun. The big black tires of the pivot irrigation system inch forward acre by acre and soak the little two-leaved seedlings in an endless circle. It’s growing season on the High Plains.
Jorge Romero-Habeych is a third year doctoral student from Florida. His researches focuses how farmers on the Southern High Plains reduce uncertainty.
“We have dirt in our veins; that’s what makes Trilogy Cellars completely different.”
The Texas High Plains is home to roughly 4,000 acres of commercial vineyards and about 80 percent of […]
“It is time for this younger generation to start taking over the reins and learning how our industry works and what it takes to keep it going.”