Bob Quinn: The Modern Benefits of Ancient Grains
Author and organic farmer Bob Quinn is pioneering sustainable agriculture and alternative energy on his farm in Montana, and a key factor is the ancient wheat-like grain Kamut®.
Celebrating Women Farmers on International Women’s Day
When most people hear the word “farmer,” the first image that pops to mind is usually of a man. But that image is slowly beginning to change to one of a woman driving the tractor—and making the major farm decisions.
An Organic Grass-Fed Certification Seal You Can Trust
When it comes to dairy, “grass-fed” claims are often confusing and even misleading. You don’t need that mess. Certified Grass-Fed Organic is grass-fed you can trust.
Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern: Racial (In)Justice, Immigration and Labor in the Food System
Can you understand something like food without considering politics, economics and social conditions? Professor Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern doesn’t think so. Catch her insights on this week’s episode of Rootstock Radio.
Starting Seeds Indoors: It’s Time To Get Planting
Starting seeds indoors is a great way to grow long-season crops in cool climates. It also creates an opportunity to harvest earlier in any climate, warm or cool. And did we mention it’s fun?
Liz Carlisle: Lentils, Legumes & the Power of Pulses
Listen in! Liz Carlisle, author and lecturer at Stanford University, talks conservation, land stewardship, farming community in Montana, and legumes on this episode of Rootstock Radio.