2013 AERO Commentaries on MTPR

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Here’s a look back at AERO’s 2013 commentaries (audio links are provided in addition to the text links starting with the June 20th commentary; in the audio archives the commentaries start about five minutes before the end of the program):
January 3rd: “Tri-County Green Business Program”
-Emily Post, Sustainability Coordinator for Lewis and Clark County
January 31st:  “Sustainable Farming and the End of Hunger”
-Anna Lappé, Co-Founder of the Small Planet Institute
February 28th  “Don’t Delete Agriculture”
-Neva Hassanein, Professor in the University of Montana’s Environmental Studies Program
March 28th “Unleash Renewable Energy in Montana”
-Ryan Applegate, AERO Board member
April 25th “Failing Our Children”
-Jason Mandala, Community Education Director at Garden City Harvest
May 23rd “The Great Produce Rescue of 2012”
-Robin Taylor, Garden Manager at Wholesome Foods in Bridger
June 20th “Millennials Making Change”
-Nancy Moore of the National Center for Appropriate Technology
Text    Audio
July 18th “A New Model for Clean Energy”
-Diana Maneta, Executive Director of the Montana Renewable Energy Association (MREA)
Text    Audio
August 15th “The Benefits of Community Supported Agriculture”
-Terri Roberts from the Western Montana Growers Cooperative
Text    Audio
September 12th “The Power of Less”
-Skander Spies, Project Manager at Energetechs
Text    Audio
October 10th “Oil, Gas and a Changing Landscape”
-Gwen Lachelt Founder of Earthworks’ Oil & Gas Accountability Project, La Plata County Commissioner, Keynote speaker at AERO’s 2013 Annual Meeting
Text    Audio
November 7th “Renewable Energy Standard:  A Good Deal for Montana”
-Kyla Maki, Clean Energy Program Director of the Montana Environmental Information Center (MEIC)
Text    Audio
December 5th “All I Ever Wanted Was 25 Chickens.”
-Pam Gerwe of Purple Frog Gardens
Text    Audio
Thank you for your support in 2013!
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