In the Shadow of the Grand Mesa – Dennis and Staci Clark of Clark Orchards

by Judy Brodland

Mesa County crackles in July. Her breath is dry, occasioned by grit that blows down on hot gusts from the eroding mesas and red sandstone cliffs. The steep-sided landforms with their characteristic flat tops surround the area, engendering the largest mesa in the world: the Grand Mesa, which towers 10,000 feet above sea level.

Read more about In the Shadow of the Grand Mesa in the Autumn 2021 issue!


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