Category Archives: food

CLOSED: Job Announcement: Farm to Table Coordinator (12-month contract)

PSFN is no longer accepting applications for this position.  Thank you for your interest.   Farm to Table Coordinator (12-month contract) Puget Sound Food Network City of Seattle-King County Public Health announced the 2010 award recipients who applied for $8.9 … Continue reading

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Puget Sound Food Network Receives Specialty Crop Block Grant Funding Through WSDA

On September 17, Deputy Agriculture Secretary Kathleen Merrigan announced the award of block grants to enhance the competitiveness of specialty crops. Specialty crops are defined as fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, horticulture, and nursery crops, including floriculture. The 54 … Continue reading

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Seattle WholeSale Market- Only 2 More Weeks!

    Visit PSFN and learn more about the pilot market and watch a short video of the Seattle WholeSale Market launch on Wednesday, September 15! http://www.agbizcenter.org/seattle-market/  

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Farm Fresh Fridays at United General

Chris Johnson, a PSFN member buyer and regular at the Skagit WholeSale Market, likes to keep us in the loop about his weekly Farm Fresh Friday menu at United General Hospital in Sedro-Woolley, WA.  I had a chance to dine … Continue reading

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PSFN Member Goes Extra Mile to Source Local for Sedro-Woolley Hospital

Across the country, there are a growing number of hospitals getting involved with the local food movement.  Right here in Northwest Washington, we have plenty of great examples to boast about.  Last week PSFN’s Lucy Norris caught up with one … Continue reading

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CSAs Mean Business

Many people already know the definition of Community Support Agriculture or CSA, but for the rest, let’s just say it is a grassroots partnership between a farmer and individuals that helps reconnect eaters to the source of their food. Before … Continue reading

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Rare Makah Ozette Potato seed is now available to NW Farmers!

The Makah Ozette, a Potato with a Past. Gerry Warren Slow Food Seattle cgw@speakeasy.net “The history and the distinctive flavor of this potato give it a significant market advantage over most fingerling potatoes offered in today’s marketplace.” Says Andrew Stout … Continue reading

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Products on PSFN now

Check out this create word-cloud made up of all the available products from our producers on the Puget Sound Food Network. Join now to have access to all of these great products.  

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Whatcom Bounty Trade Expo

You are invited to Sustainable Connections’ Whatcom Bounty Trade Expo Thursday, December 3 9 am to 3 pm at The Majestic in Bellingham Don’t miss this annual local food & agriculture trade opportunity for Farmers, Chefs, Value Added Food Processors, … Continue reading

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Safe to Eat?

An insightful event is coming up in December about the science, politics and economics of food.  Featuring Thomas Besser, PhD, DVM and Bill Sischo, DVM, MPVM, PhD (Professors, School for Global Animal Health, College of Veterinary Medicine), discussions include food … Continue reading

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