As one of the last farmers to hold farm land inside the city limits of Mesa Mr. Fitch discusses the difficulties of holding onto his land and farming in the city. He talks about his career as a farmer working with dairy sheep cotton citrus and hay. The Fitches have been in Mesa since it was a town of about 4000 in 1928 and have lived in the same house on N. Center since 1933. Mr. Fitch talks about how much Mesa has grown the development of houses and business and the loss of farm land in the area. He mentions his involvement in Rotary Club the Masonic Lodge and his service on the board of the Salt River Project.