We meet the third Thursday of every month.
Meetings are free and open to all!
Every third Thursday from 11:30 am - 1:00pm
September to June
Next meeting: Thursday, February 16, 2023 via Zoom
***New 2022 Resource**
From Partnerships to Policy
Promising Practices for New Food Policy Councils
Published by Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, this guide provides resources for food coalitions and food policy councils to "get off the ground and take action in their community." The virtual food summit hosted by PCFC is highlighted as an example of how food policy councils responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by offering virtual programming (page 49).
Check out recordings of our Spring Community Conversations!
March 17, 2022 Farmland Preservation for Community Resilience
April 21, 2022 Backyard Water Conservation
May 19, 2022 Moscow Commercial Kitchens
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The Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition (PCFC) was formed in 2011 with the goal of strengthening the health and vibrancy of the Palouse-Clearwater food system by increasing production, distribution, and consumption of locally grown food and agriculture products. The PCFC serves a rural, eight-county region that includes parts of southeastern Washington and north central Idaho.
The mission of the Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 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 agricultural products.
Members of the Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition have a shared interest in growing our local food system. Members work in a variety of food system sectors and include representatives from regional and community organizations, university programs, agencies, non-profits and retail businesses.
Recipes & Stories
All food has a story. Visit our You Tube and StoryCorps channels to listen to the stories of food coalition members and learn more about the work individuals and organizations are doing to increase local food production, access and sustainability in the Palouse-Clearwater region.
“Don’t judge each day
by the harvest you reap,
but by seeds that you plant”
Robert Louis Stevenson