Entries by Liz Carlisle

Liz Carlisle on The Write Question, Montana Public Radio

Liz Carlisle reads from Lentil Underground and talks to Cherie Newman about the deep history of Montana’s organic farming movement, the problems and potential of American agriculture, the role of government in the food system, and The Lentil Song: http://mtpr.org/post/lentil-underground

Pondera County Independent-Observer covers Conrad event

Pondera County Independent-Observer Lentil Underground More than Just a Book About Organic Farming Melissa Huber Liz Carlisle, author of the new book Lentil Underground: Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America, recently visited the Conrad Public Library for a discussion and reading from her book that chronicles the journey of local and wider […]

Blast Magazine Interview with Liz Carlisle

Liz Carlisle talks to Blast Magazine’s Sarah Schwarz about the process of researching Lentil Underground, the double meaning of “underground,” and why it’s important for all of us to be politically engaged. http://blastmagazine.com/2015/03/17/interview-lentil-underground-aims-to-save-family-farms/

Lentil Underground on The Splendid Table

Listen to Lynne Rossetto Kasper’s conversation with Liz Carlisle here – and bonus, Lynne also posted a lentil recipe: http://www.splendidtable.org/story/lentil-underground-an-alternative-to-the-industrial-farming-system-in-montana  

Montana Magazine Review

Montana Magazine March 2015 Montana Book Review: First-Rate Reads Doug Mitchell “Lentil Underground is a very well researched, expertly written book about how, through the courage and conviction of a few farmers, Montana went from growing virtually no pulse crops two decades ago to being one of the top five largest producers of peas and […]

The Lentil Underground Tour Heads for the Northwest

Catch Liz Carlisle and David Oien: –  March 3 at Town Hall Seattle, where they’ll team up with Seattle Tilth, Slow Food Seattle, and the Food Justice Project, for a Civic Roundtable on changing the food system – March 4 at Village Books in Bellingham – March 5 at the University of British Columbia, where […]