Episode 97. Bear Paw Meats: Selling Beef to Schools
In this episode of Voices from the Field, In this podcast, Al Kurki, a program specialist with NCAT’s ATTRA sustainable agriculture program, interviews Karla Buck, co-owner of Bear Paw Meats in Chinook, Montana. Al talks with Karla about how the Bucks raise, process, and market meat to school districts in the area surrounding their business.
Related ATTRA Resources:
Farm to School Sales: Profiles of Ranches Making it Work
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This podcast episode is one of a number of case studies featuring farmers successfully navigating school sales as part of Bringing the Farm to School, a training program developed as a cooperative agreement between NCAT, the National Farm to School Network and the USDA Food and Nutrition Services.