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- Moscow Farmers Market 3
- City of Moscow 2
- Moscow Chamber of Commerce 2
- Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 2
- University of Idaho Extension 2 7 more
- English 3
What is it like to have a neighborhood bakery and brewery? On this episode, we will hear from Beth Robinette, Andrew Luzmore, Ame Evey, and Toby Carroll all devoted patrons, employees, and partners with The Grain Shed.
Local foods in regards to community and versus industrial foods.
In this interview we talked about local food traditions our families had and the new ones we were in the process of creating. We also discussed how important the local food movement is and how necessary discussion around the topic...
Izzy talks to Zoe about her experiences in Bulgaria and in America with supporting local foods
We talked about the importance of local foods and gardening
The difference between local food consumption in the US vs the EU. We Also discussed the importance of community and smaller scale markets vs supermarkets.
Mackenzie has been coming to the Moscow Farmers Market for a couple of years. Mackenzie talks about the market's vibrancy, inclusiveness and how she believes it will continue to grow.
Former Moscow Farmers Market manager, Kathleen Burns, joins us for a Marketside Chat about tradition, change and the future of the Moscow Farmers Market.
Established in 1974, the Moscow Food Co-op is a cooperatively-owned grocery store whose staff and owners are working together to nourish and nurture their community. As an advocate for Palouse producers and families affected by food insecurity, the Moscow Food...