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Thursday, December 5 • 6:00pm - 6:45pm
Book Signing with Bob Quinn and Alexis Bonogofsky

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Long-time MOA supporter and internationally recognized organic agriculture Bob Quinn will be signing copies of his very-well received book, Grain by Grain. Co-written with Liz Carlisle, author of Lentil Underground, this book examines the current state of agriculture and his philosophies towards developing healthy systems based on regenerative organic agriculture. 50% of the proceeds will go to the Montana Organic Association. 

A Montanan through and through, Alexis Bonogofsky is a writer, photographer, rancher, and activist. She currently serves as the New Agrarian Program Coordinator for the Quivira Coalition in the northern plains. Alexis is a contributor to the book A Million Acres as both a writer and photographer. The breathtaking hardcover compilation features writers such as Rick Bass, Maile Meloy, Keir Graff, and Gwen Florio sharing their intimate and powerful encounters with Montana's open spaces and wild places. This book is sponsored by The Montana Land Reliance and sales support its work.

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Alexis Bonogofsky

New Agrarian Program Northern Coordinator, Quivira Coalition
Alexis is a fourth-generation Montanan, sheep rancher, and New Agrarian Program Coordinator for the Quivira Coalition in the northern plains. She is also a freelance writer and photographer and lives and works along the Yellowstone River in southeastern Montana on her family’s ranch... Read More →
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Bob Quinn

President-Founder, Kamut International
Bob Quinn started Montana Flour & Grains in 1983 to sell his own grain directly to whole grain bakeries. The business soon expanded beyond his own farm and became a viable market opportunity for many other farmers. In 1984, he started selling organic grain. In 1986, Bob planted his... Read More →


Thursday December 5, 2019 6:00pm - 6:45pm MST
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