Category Archives: Relationships

Building For Processing Facility at Cloud Mountain Farm Nears Completion

The building that will house a new fresh vegetable processing facility located at Cloud Mountain Farm Center in Whatcom County is near completion. This new facility is several years in the making and is the result of a collaborative effort … Continue reading

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Announcing the NABC Network — Subscribe Today!

NABC provides a range of business services for northwest Washington agricultural producers and it all starts with the NABC Network. This new, searchable online network is designed for you to showcase your business and your products — to tell your story your … Continue reading

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Tulalip Resort Casino Visits Biringer Farm, Arlington

Yesterday afternoon, Tulalip Resort Casino‘s Executive Chef Perry Mascetti, Food & Beverage Purchaser Jeff Bray, and Administrative Assistant Wendy Blake took some time on a sunny afternoon to visit and tour Biringer Farm, meet with owners Mike & Dianna Biringer, and … Continue reading

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F2T Work Continues To Increase Healthy Food Access in Underserved Communities

Continued from Spring 2012 Newsletter For the last 18 months, the Puget Sound Food Network has played a key role in a public health partnership led by City of Seattle Human Services Aging and Disability Services called Farm to Table … Continue reading

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PSFN and Whole Foods Hit the Road in Whatcom County!

Last week, PSFN Account Manager, Karen Mauden, and Denise Breyley of Whole Foods Market took a day-long trip to do some “local foraging” in Bellingham and Ferndale. Not only did they find great products, but great people and good times, … Continue reading

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Seattle Tilth Farm Works Open House

By Lucy Norris, PSFN Project Manager This morning I attended Seattle Tilth Farm Works Open House.  It was a dark and rainy morning but the last few miles of pavement leading towards the farm was beautifully framed by yellow and … Continue reading

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PSFN Member Helps Provide Crucial Summer Nutrition to Kids!

This Saturday, the City of Seattle kicked off its Summer Food Service Program for Seattle children. The program helps ensure recipients of free or reduced-price school lunches have access to nutritious daily meals when school is not in session over … Continue reading

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PSFN Under the Big Sky!

PSFN’s Operation Manager, Ann Leason, and Farm to Community Coordinator, Emma Brewster, spent this last weekend in Missoula, Montana attending the 2011 Joint Annual Meetings of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVS), Association for the Study of Food … Continue reading

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Whatcom Food Network Forum – May 11, 2011

There were so many interesting people to meet and so little time! The Whatcom Food Network committee organized a great event that many not for profit organizations, local businesses, city and county representatives, community groups, local food activists, environmentalists, and … Continue reading

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Muckleshoot Tribal Cooks Retreat

This past weekend, PSFN’s Farm to Table (F2T) Coordinator, Karen Mauden, was invited to attend the first ever Tribal Cooks Retreat at Bastyr University. Hosted by Muckleshoot Senior Program (a F2T meal-provider partner) and Northwest Indian College, this 2-day retreat … Continue reading

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