The INWFN was the designated charity for the recent Bay Shore Systems Charity Golf Tournament. The event raised $14,000 for us!!! Many thanks to Bay Shore and all those who participated in the tournament for your generous support.
A big shout out to everyone who helped make this year’s Ranch to Table Dinner a huge success. Special thanks to Castle Rock Ranch Camp, Kelly Creek Farm, Clearwater Canyon Cellars, Beehaven Flower Farm, Deerfield Farms, Killarney Farm, Farmer Browns, Myles Mancuso and the many volunteers who gave so generously of their time to make this event possible. Check out our Facebook page for pics of the event.
Do you love food, farms, or all things food-related? The INWFN is currently seeking applications for new Board members. We need folks with expertise in resource development, marketing, and finance. Interested in learning more? Please contact Teri.
Food for Thought Book Club
The FFT Book Club starts up again this fall with Eli Rugosa’s “Restoring Heritage Grains: The Culture, Biodiversity, Resilience and Cuisine of Ancient Grains.” Everyone is welcome to join in the discussion. Learn more here.
Chew on This! Ancient Grains for Modern Palettes
Ancient, heritage, and landrace grains are experiencing a resurgence across the nation. Come learn about why and how to incorporate these tasty and highly nutritious grains deserve a place in your diet. Learn more here.
Solutionary of the Month
Joel Williamson/LINC Foods
The inspiration for Joel’s work came from his family roots. In 1917 his great grandfather started Jacobson Greenhouses on the prairie outside of Spokane. Joel was raised on the property, and has memories of accompanying his father – who was also a farmer – on field trips to other farms and various ag related educational programs. Read more here.