Inland NW Food NetworkWe kicked off our Power of Produce Club and enrolled 154 kids in just the first two weeks!  We are so excited to be offering this program in cooperation with the Hayden Farmers’ Market every Saturday through September 9. PoP Club seeks to encourage children to make healthy food choices by empowering them to shop for, grow and prepare fresh fruits and vegetables.  The program is free for all kids ages 5-12. We are in need of financial donations to help us cover our expenses. Donations can be made at the market or online using our Donation Form. Thanks for your support!

Volunteers needed! We are also seeking volunteers to help staff the PoP Club booth and other farmers markets this summer. Contact Teri if you are interested in helping.

Video courtesy of Dan Ohmann

Upcoming Events 

July 27

Drink This! Shrub Soda

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In the 18th century, before refrigeration, making shrub syrups was a common method for using up fruit that was beginning to go bad. This delicious tonic syrup has a rich history and is once again gaining popularity, particularly with mixologists and bartenders. Learn more.

Aug 13

Farm to Table Dinner

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The Inland Northwest Food Network and LINC Foods are pleased to present the Lazy R Ranch 80th Anniversary Farm to Table Dinner!!! Chef Molly Patrick (The Blackbird, Spokane) will be preparing a scrumptious feast with grass fed beef from the Ranch and other locally-sourced organic produce. Learn more.

Meet Your Farmer

Rugged Roots Farm

Inland NW Food NetworkMeet Kelsey Racicot and Alan Wright of Rugged Roots Farm where we’ll be holding our Farm to Table Dinner. They specialize in growing heirloom varieties of produce, herbs and flowers using chemical-free, no-till agricultural practicesRead more here.

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