Meet Our Growers

Throughout California, Arizona and New Mexico, there are families who grow pistachios. Their livelihoods depend on Mother Nature and their ability to work with her. They’re involved in their communities and work diligently toward a sustainable future in farming. With a constant eye on the weather and another on the crop, these folks all have one thing in common—they love what they do.

Check in occasionally as we add growers to our American Pistachio Growers photo album, and welcome to the farm!

 

Our Growers

  • The Cook Family - Southeast Arizona

    Jim Cook’s family has ranched and farmed in Arizona since the 1880’s. In 1973, he began farming pistachios, a new crop in the area.

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  • Jim Graham - Cochise, Arizona

    Ruth and Jim Graham are second-generation pistachio growers in the historic part of Arizona known for being the home of the great Apache leader, Cochise.

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  • Alan Robbs - Willcox, Arizona

    Alan, his wife Kathy and his three sons Nick, Zach and Joram, farm pistachios along with other crops, such as lettuce and pumpkins, much of which is sold at regional farmer’s markets. Alan is a second-generation farmer, so they are a four-generation family farm.

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  • The Wilkinson Family - Delano, California

    Larry Wilkinson’s grandmother, Janie Poonian, began farming in the mid-1980’s in Delano. She taught him to farm and he carried on their family pistachio tradition. He now farms with his wife, Lorie and their five children (soon to be six).

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