Join us for Community Table: a Benefit Dinner for the Inland NW Food Network on Thursday, March 2 at The Yards Bruncheon (Spokane). Chef (and new board member!) Adam Hegsted will be preparing a 7-course dinner using regionally-sourced organic food. Seating is limited; reserve your place at the table now.
The Inland NW Food Network is pleased to introduce Jessica Ballew, our new intern from EWU! Jessica will be assisting with developing and implementing our Power of Produce Program that will be starting this summer at the Hayden Farmers Market. She will also be helping to organize our volunteer program. We are thrilled to have her! Welcome Jessica!
Video courtesy of Dan Ohmann
Love Your Farmer, Love Your Food
Do you love to eat healthy, organic, locally grown food? This is your chance to meet our local farmers/producers and hear their stories about how they farm! Read more here.
Drink This! COFFEE
Java lovers! Ever thought about the story behind your cuppa brew? Where was it grown and by who? And how exactly does it get transformed from a bean to a satisfying cup of complex flavors? These questions and more will be explored at our February Drink This! Read more here.
Solutionary of the Month
Pokey Creek Farm
Greg and Leah Sempel own and operate Pokey Creek Farm, which is near Santa, Idaho. The produce that they grow is Certified Organic, and you will see them during farmer’s market season at the weekly markets in both Hayden and Moscow, Idaho. They also supply produce to Pilgrim’s Market in Coeur d’Alene and to the Moscow Food Co-op. Read more here.