Monthly Archives: August 2012

18th Annual Montana Shares Raffle – Buy Your Tickets Today!

Events, What's New

Make a donation and help AERO by supporting Montana Shares, a partnership of 43 non-profits working together to improve the quality of life in communities across Montana. Take a moment to look over the flyer- there are some great prize … Continue reading

Farm to Cafeteria: People at the Center of the Solution

AERO on the Air, What's New

This past week I had the pleasure of representing Grow Montana’s Farm to Cafeteria Connections Network at the 6th National Farm to Cafeteria Conference in Burlington, Vermont. Somehow five days of inspirational workshops, late night conversations and delicious food was … Continue reading

Now Accepting Nominations for 2012 Energy and Ag Awards

What's New

Energy Award: AERO’s Annual Sustainable Energy Award recognizes individuals who through their work or by their example have helped to build and promote an energy system that is rooted in energy conservation, energy efficiency, and decentralized, Montana-owned, renewable energy production. … Continue reading

Register for a Sept. 5th Bitterroot Valley Farm Tour

Events, Food and Agriculture News, What's New

Join MSU Extension and many other partners for a tour of two Bitterroot Valley farms that are part of the Montana Sustainable Growers Union. Leaving Missoula Wednesday, September 5th at 8:00am and returning 4:00pm, the tour bus will take you … Continue reading

Grow Montana Seeks Coordinator

Food and Agriculture News, What's New

This is an exciting opportunity to work with some of Montana’s leading food system experts and help to create lasting changes in Montana’s food and agricultural policy. AERO is a founding member of  Grow Montana , and is excited to … Continue reading

Explore Montana’s Food System Maps

Food and Agriculture News, What's New

AERO has partnered with the Montana Department of Agriculture on a food system mapping project. We have created an interactive database and maps that show market information relating to local food, such as your area’s local food producers, processors, retailers and … Continue reading