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Where can I visit an environmentally friendly farm in the desert southwest?

 
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Greetings,
Where are some farms located in the desert southwest of the U.S. that are open to the public (or even private or semi-private) that some potential/prospective farming artisan such as myself could visit? I'm primarily interested in natural farming (Masanobu Fukuoka style), but also permaculture and organic no-till type farming and other similar sustainable, environmentally friendly and alternative farming methods.
Thank you
 
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