"Born in Lawrence, Kansas, Heidi Eleftheriou came to New Mexico at three years old. She grew up going on field trips with her dad's graduate students from the Department of Biology at UNM, and learned trapping and taxidermy at a young age. She got to know the Sonoran Desert of New Mexico pretty well, too, through those trips..."
There’s a reason hordes of people are willing to pay to play farm laborer for the day: It’s pure bliss. Well, maybe not the part where you’re stooping over a scratchy bush in the hot sun. But the way I see it, all that work is a totally reasonable price to pay for selecting a perfectly ripe berry and popping it straight into your mouth.