Waste Not, Want Not: How to Reduce Food Waste (and Sustainably Feed the World) BY LIZ CARLISLE Imagine a strategy that could increase the world food supply by 50% while diminishing greenhouse gas emissions by 7% and saving $400 billion. Impossible? Actually, it’s surprisingly simple. We just need to learn how to reduce food waste. […]
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We are currently working with translator Naoko Miki, and the Japanese language version of the book will be published by Tsukiji Shokan later this year. We’ll keep you posted.
How pulse crops are saving Montana grain farmers David Murray, [email protected] 8:08 a.m. MDT August 27, 2015 (Photo: TRIBUNE PHOTO/RION SANDERS) A quiet transformation is taking place in grain fields across Montana. In less than 20-years pulse crops — peas, beans and lentils — have grown from an obscure specialty crop with limited market outlets […]
Obamacare and food as a public health concern By Liz Carlisle August 9, 2015 Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle Fresh fruits and vegetables are in place as Elly Hartshorn hosts a wine tasting for the volunteers that helped out at her small vineyard at Alemany Farm in San Francisco, Calif., as seen on Sat. July […]
Coming this fall: Lentil Underground is being recorded for the Montana Talking Book Library, which serves readers unable to use standard print materials due to visual, physical and/or reading disabilities. The audio version will be available nationwide through the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.
How to really nurture America’s young farmers Farmer Chris Velez, center, along with his wife Jamie Carr, left, volunteer Tyler Wright, second from left, and farm intern Estelle Swanepoel right, wash produce just harvested at Stella Luna Farm in Auberry, California. Los Angeles Times By Liz Carlisle A bill recently introduced in Congress, the Young […]
Lentil Underground was just named winner in the General Nonfiction category at the Green Book Festival, which honors “books that contribute to greater understanding, respect for and positive action on the changing worldwide environment.”
The Lentil Underground tour kicks off summer with a June 4 stop in Red Lodge, Montana, and we’ll be in Lewistown, Billings, Livingston, and Missoula in mid-July. Watch the events page for details!
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