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Business from the Ground Up: Soil-to-Skillet

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Date April 22, 2017
Time 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Location Baker, MT
Registration Required Yes
Fee Description $35. Register by April 10th


EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS, HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS & A MEAL PREPARED WITH LOCALLY SOURCED INGREDIENTS

To be hosted at the Fallon County Fairground Exhibit Hall.

Speakers:

  • SARAH CALHOUN: Owner-Red Ants Pants, Director, Red Ants Pants Foundation
    Tired of wearing men’s work pants that didn’t fit, Sarah Calhoun designed pants that would fit, function and flatter working women. Opened in 2006, Red Ants Pants is based out of White Sulphur Springs, Montana where the storefront, distribution center, and international headquarters all reside in an historic saddle shop. All products are made in the USA.
  • CLAUDIA KREVAT: Owner, Claudia’s Mesa-The Lentil Caravan
    Claudia's Mesa is a destination for creativity, food and design, where Claudia brings together her Latin-American/Caribbean background and her new roots planted in Montana's soil. Her business is a boutique food emporium that brings to Montana flavors from distant lands using local ingredients. She is currently completing my first solo cookbook and travel journal, focusing on plant protein, or pulses grown in Montana's Golden Triangle, THE LENTIL CARAVAN.
  • SARA HOLLENBECK: Owner, High Five Meats-Rancher, Hollenbeck Ranch
    Sara Hollenbeck is from Molt, Montana. She started High Five Meats, LLC in August of 2015. High Five Meats sells local beef, pork and lamb directly from Hollenbeck Ranch to consumers in the Billings market and surrounding areas. Sara capitalizes on the local food movement as well as social media where she has gained popularity from sharing ranch stories like her infamous goat “Mr. Totes Magoats”. She was recently in the Emmy award winning documentary “FarmHer,” Montana tourism promotion and selected as a 40 under Forty Entrepreneur in Billings Montana.
  • PATTI ARMBRISTER: Agrarian Food Web Consultant & Hinsdale Public School
    Local Food Consultant, specializing in agriculture education, Farm to School, sustainable growing practices, urban agriculture and “Eating Your Yard.” Patti is passionate about motivating people on how they can contribute to a healthier Montana. Patti believes “Everyday people, farmers, ranchers and kids can become superheroes and change some basic practices to improve our soils for our children and our future.”
  • JIM DEVINE: Owner, Beaver Creek Brewery
    BCB has grown in popularity, becoming a regional destination for connoisseurs of beer, music & good times.

Register by April 10th with the Fallon/Carter Extension Office

PHONE: (406) 778-7110

EMAIL: falloncarter1@montana.edu

MAIL: P.O. Box 850, Baker MT 59313

Make checks payable to ‘Fallon/Carter Extension’

LET US KNOW OF ANY MEAL RESTRICTIONS OR NEEDS FOR SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Montana State University Extension is an ADA/EO/AA/Veteran’s Preference Employer and Provider of Educational Outreach

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For more information, please contact: 406-778-7110