Love Your Farmer, Love Your Food 2019

Celebrating food and farmers in the Palouse-Clearwater region.

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Eating Local in the Palouse-Clearwater Region


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The Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition (PCFC) is an ad hoc group comprised of representatives from regional and community organizations, institutions, agencies, non-profits and retail businesses with a shared interest in growing our local food system.

Our mission is to strengthen the health and vibrancy of the Palouse-Clearwater Food System and increase the production, distribution, and consumption of locally grown food and agriculture products.

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Map of My Kingdom

Colfax – The Center in Colfax (104 S. Main St)

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Map of My Kingdom was commissioned by Practical Farmers of Iowa and written by Mary Swander, Iowa’s poet laureate. In the play, character Angela Martin, a lawyer and mediator in land transition disputes, shares stories of how farmers and landowners have approached their farmland transfers. Map of My Kingdom will be performed by Maria Vorhis, an actor from Central Iowa who graduated from Iowa State University.  

Thursday evening performance at the Center in Colfax (104 S. Main St).  The performance will be from 7-8 pm and will follow with a 30-minute facilitated discussion.

Tickets are "Pay What You Can" to make the play accessible to all.  Suggested rates are $10 per person or $20 per family.   .

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Map of My Kingdom

Moscow - Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre (508 South Main St. Moscow)

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm 

“It’s easier to talk to your children about sex than farmland transition.” – An Iowa farmer

Join us for an opening reception from 6-7pm, hosted by the Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition, will feature free appetizers from Kitchen Counter and a no host bar with local beer from Moscow Brewing Company and local wine from Clearwater Canyon Cellars. The play will show from 7-8 pm.  A 30-minute discussion with Mary Swander, author of the play, will follow the performance. 

Tickets are "pay what you can" to make the play accessible to all.  Suggested rates are $10 per person or $20 per family.   Note:  Those registered for Cultivating the Harvest and Seeding the Future: Inland NW 20th Anniversary Small Acreage Farming Conference will receive a ticket to Map of My Kingdom as part of the conference registration. 

More info: Facebook Event



Cultivating the Harvest:

20th Anniversary Inland Northwest Small Acreage Farming Conference

Moscow, ID 

Cultivating the Harvest: Inland NW 20th Anniversary Small Acreage Farming Conference (1999 - 2019) is happening March 1st and 2nd. Friday includes hands-on field tours or the option for a 1/2 day workshop on farm succession planning. Saturday will focus on unlocking the power of on-farm research, and morning sessions on small farm marketing, farm profits, insects & pollinators, and soils. Our afternoon will begin with a farmer-to-farmer panel that leads into specialized farmer-to-farmer discussions. Registration includes a ticket to the Friday performance of Map of My Kingdom: Register at

Sponsored by: Cultivating Success, University of Idaho Extension, Washington State University Food Systems Program, and Rural Roots

More info: Facebook Event



Love Your Farmer, Love Your Food

Moscow – Council Chambers, Moscow City Hall

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm | Free appetizers & No host bar

An annual event celebrating our local food system! This year's producer panel features Hands & Hearts Farm, Millhorn Farmstead, Ole World Oils - Camelina Gold, and Texas Ridge.

Light appetizers and a no-host bar provided by the Moscow Food Co-op and Moscow Brewing Company.

More info: Facebook Event 



PC Food Coalition Monthly Meeting

Moscow – 2nd Floor Conference Room, Gritman Federal Building (220 E. 5th Street), Moscow, ID

11:30 am - 1:00 pm | Bring a sack lunch

Join us as we wrap up this year's Food Summit and start planning for the 2020.  Also on the agenda, determining the focus of our April oral histories project!

More info: Facebook Event

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