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April 4, 2015 12:00 AM

Steeping out of our comfort zone can produce positive results

In the spring of 1939, it was my job to pick the potato beetles and their offspring off the potato plants in our garden. In the hot Montana spring, the bugs quickly multiplied and would destroy the plants we needed for our main meals.

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