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Climate change presenting new challenges to farmers

Farming is a tough and unpredictable business. It requires hard manual labor and quick responses to complicated problems. Climate change holds the potential of adding a whole new level of complexity - and uncertainty - to Montana's top industry. . . Listen here.

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Kale Chips for 8,000 and Other Farm-to-school Successes by the Numbers

Huffington Post, Dayle Hayes, MS, RD, 10/14/2013

October is Farm to School Month, October 14-18 is National School Lunch Week, and Oct. 24 is Food Day. This trifecta of real food deliciousness benefits everyone: The farmers and ranchers who grow food for local districts, school nutrition directors who know exactly where their food comes from, and -- most of all -- millions of students who enjoy fresh food right on their school trays. . . Read more.

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Gardening helps transform a Missoula teenager

MTPR, Edward O'Brien, 8/2/2013

17-year-old Jesse Linton of Missoula has changed a lot over the past couple of years.

Not too long ago Linton says he went through a rebellious phase; some partying, intentionally irritating neighbors late at night - got a few tickets along the way too. He moved out of his house and couch-surfed for over two years before moving back in with his mom. . . Read/listen to more.

Tom Bauer of the Missoulian

PEAS, Please; Engen to make formal proposal to purchase farm from MCPS for $1.2M

The city of Missoula owns a mountain. Now, it wants to buy a farm.

Mayor John Engen will make a formal pitch to purchase the PEAS Farm from Missoula County Public Schools at Tuesday night’s school board meeting. . . Read more here.


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