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Replay of episode 103. Lentil Underground | Liz Carlisle | Berkley, CA

Lentil Underground Book

Liz Carlisle is the author of the Lentil Underground which tells the story of a group of farmers in Montana who broke free of the industrial farming system by growing organic lentils. See full show notes at www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

104. Jacob Cowgill | Prairie Heritage Farm | Power, MT

Jacob Cowgirl is a member of AERO (Alternative Energy Resource Organization as well as one of the fenegade farmers Liz Carlisle wrote about in the Lentil Underground from episode 103. He runs Prairie Heritage Farm with his wife Courtney, where they grow fresh vegetables, heritage turkeys, ancient and heritage grains (Prairie Farro being our favorite), lamb and kiddos. They sell most of what they grow through Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, farm shares in the Great Falls area just outside Power, MT. See full show notes at www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

103. Lentil Underground | Liz Carlisle | Berkley, CA

Lentil Underground Book

Liz Carlisle is the author of the Lentil Underground which tells the story of a group of farmers in Montana who broke free of the industrial farming system by growing organic lentils. See full show notes at www.organicgardenerpodcast.com

89: Claudia’s Mesa | Cooking Local Lentils & Pulses, Meats and Vegetables | Bozeman, MT

Claudia's Mesa Lentil Cooking

Claudia is a Colombian-born, Montana chef and home decorator. Claudia’s approach to food and decor is a mash-up of global inspirations using Montana-grown and -raised products, and creations from local, talented artisans. She cooks, teaches, and produces condiments and seasonings out of her colorful business, Claudia’s Mesa, which brings a slice of Latin America, the…

Episode 84: AERO Expo Annual Meeting | Linking People, Sustainable Agriculture and Renewable Energy | Arrowpeak Lodge, MT

AERO Expo 2015 entrance

AERO stands for Alternative Energy Resource Organization but AEROMT is so much more then that. Their tag line: Linking People, Sustainable Agriculture, and Energy Solutions since 1974 says it best! www.organicgardenerpodcast.com