Inland NW Food NetworkA big shout out to everyone who participated in our recent Love Your Farmer, Love Your Food event including: panelists Erica & Randy Gregerson (Gregerson Family Farm), Cindy Weston (TerraTopia Gardens and Goats), Tracy O’Brien (Willow Wood Honey Farm), Alan Wright & Kelsey Racicot (Rugged Roots Farm), Josh Yake (Gourmet Foragables and More) and John Sylte (Sylte Ranch); vendors The Grass-fed Homestead, Lone Mountain Farms, Plante Family Farm, Palouse Prairie Farm, Kelly Creek Farm, Bah Bah Blacktail, and Dalton Gardens and Blooms; volunteers Teena Holley, Janine Williams, Kelsey McCall, Kimberlee Ciccone, Cynthia Riggs, Juliana & Thor Anderson, Aida Patterson, Ruthe Peterson, Brenda Doggett and Char Beach. Special thanks to the Silver Lake Mall for use of the space, Brenda @ Let’s Do Essential Oils (for the donation of food) and Dalton Gardens and Blooms for the beautiful centerpieces.

Inland NW Food NetworkThe 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!

Inland NW Food NetworkThe 2nd annual Seed Swap has been rescheduled for March 11 (previously scheduled for Feb 4, it was canceled due to poor weather).  Click here to learn more about how the Seed Swap works.




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Upcoming Events 

March 1

Food for Thought Book Club

Inland NW Food NetworkJoin us at our March Book Club for a discussion of First Bite: How We Learn to Eat by Bee Wilson. Learn more here.

March 2

Community Table INWFN Benefit Dinner

Inland NW Food NetworkCome enjoy a 7-course gourmet dinner at the Yards Bruncheon prepared by Chef Adam Hegsted using regionally sourced organic ingredients. Proceeds to benefit the work of the INWFN! Seating is limited; reserve your place at the table today!

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Pokey Creek Farm

Inland NW Food NetworkGreg 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.

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