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Community farming - it's not about food: Josh Slotnick at TEDxUMontana

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Published on Nov 4, 2013

Josh Slotnick, the co-founder of Missoula, Montana's Garden City Harvest and the PEAS Farm, describes the trans-formative power of doing humble work with others. Josh is a lecturer in the Environmental Studies at the University of Montana. He manages the PEAS farm, and teaches students on the farm and in the classroom. Josh has a master's in Professional Studies in Agriculture Extension and Adult Education from Cornell University, a BA in Philosophy from the University of Montana and a certificate in Ecological Horticulture from University of California Santa Cruz. Josh has been a partner in the family farm, Clark Fork Organics, since 1992. He is also a former Peace Corps volunteer.

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