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Summary

Mike chats with Garden City Harvest's Jean Zosel about this year's Farm Party "BRINGING OUR PARTY TO OUR PEOPLE"

Show Notes

This year we’re staying healthy together and providing all the essentials for hosting a Farm Party in your backyard, neighborhood, or local park. 
We’ll provide beverages, live streamed local music (from the PEAS Farm!), and a list of local restaurants that deeply support local farms who have lost revenue during the pandemic (allowing us to give the food we grow for the party to the Missoula Food Bank, Soft Landing and others)  - everything you need for your own homegrown celebration. 
Celebrate local food and all those who make it happen as one of the parties in yards, gardens, parks and more across Missoula and beyond. Sign up now to get best selection of t-shirts, bandanas, and plan your social distance salad soiree. 
Support the work of Garden City Harvest as we fight food insecurity and help our community through these times of uncertainty.
Live music from Shakewell
Beer from Draught Works, wine from Grizzly Liquor

#peasfarmparty #healthytogether #PartyInPlace

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