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Duo say organic farming can boost rural jobs, environment, and health
by David Erickson
The Missoulian Translate This Article
21 April 2019
On 21 April 2019 The Missoulian reported:
Bob Quinn and Liz Carlisle believe there's a way to revive Montana's struggling rural economies, preserve good soil, and save lives at the same time: organic, sustainable farming of nutritious foods. The duo say Montana farmers can break with the agricultural-industrial complex, hire more workers, and find financial success. And by providing more whole grains free from chemical pesticides, they believe they can help alleviate the nation's obesity and chronic disease epidemic.
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