123 – Market Legality and Doing What You Love

Published 12 years ago in missoula , Podcasts - 0 Comments

Paul Wheaton talks with Jocelyn Campbell about the Missoula Heirloom Winter Market. It used to be a “black market,” where you could buy things that weren’t officially approved for sale. They talk about the health department folks sneaking in, and how the market has coped by creating a “members only” policy. Paul mentions Joel Salatin‘s book, “Everything I want to do is Illegal.” Jocelyn talks about the food sovereignty laws in Maine. They talk about Paula Jean and her food and art enthusiasm. She does what she loves, and actually comes out making more money than her conventional corn-growing partner. Paul shares about some of his Beatles moments.

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