Agriculture
1:00 pm
Sun April 13, 2014

Local food movement provides opportunity for young farmers

24-year-old Allie Ritz is working this summer as an intern with Glory Farm, a small community-supported agriculture project north of Helena.
Credit Dan Boyce

Montana is steeped in agriculture—it’s prominent in the state’s history; it’s still our number one industry.

It’s a changing world for farmers, though, and young people looking to get into the field are facing very different challenges.

But, the modern age is also bringing unique agricultural opportunity.

Hear the radio story from "Montana Evening Edition"