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Thursday, February 12, 2015 - 11:53am Lea Brayton

Bozeman's Winter Farmers' Market strengthens community ties.

Walking into the Emerson Ballroom on a Saturday morning, you are immediately greeted by color. Deep earthen shades cascade from tables backed by friendly smiles and calloused hands. The royal purples and burnt oranges of organic carrots; the perky pink of fresh-pulled beets with dark soil stuck to their long, paled roots; the deep greens of fat spinach leaves; and the lovely cream of turnip heads still clinging to their lengthy stalks. These are just some of sights—and the items for saleat the Winter Farmers' Market.

Winter Farmers' Market, Bozeman, local food
Colorful veggies begging to be consumed. Photo courtesy BWFM.

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Thursday, January 15, 2015 - 11:30am Lea Brayton

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival explores environmental issues. 

My great, great granchildren ask me in my dreams:
What did you do, while the planet was plundered?
What did you do, while the earth was unraveling?
Surely, you did something when the seasons started failing,
as the mammals, reptiles, and birds were all dying? 
-Drew Dellingerexcerpt from Heiroglyphic Stairway

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