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“Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness.”

-Letter from Thomas Jefferson to George Washington (1787)

Seasonal Kitchen


PoP Club


Local Lending

Happy healthy senior couple harvesting vegetables on allotment. Man and woman gardening.


Food for thought

Drawing inspiration from the creative writings of various authors, the Food for Thought Book Club explores the many aspects of our food system. See our reading list, here

Chew on This

A public education program presented by guest speakers from around the region who explore various topics related to food and farming. Read more, here

One Dinner

A series of multi-course dinners that are being held over the course of the year to benefit the Inland Northwest Food Network. Learn More

Meet the Board of Directors

Who We Serve


“Discover why Lindsay Suto supports our work. Join Lindsay in helping us promote health for individuals, our local economy, and our planet by giving.”

“The Power of Produce (PoP) Club is a fun and exciting children’s program to encourage children to make healthy food choices by empowering them to shop for, grow and prepare fresh fruits and vegetables.”