Download here: Palouse Tables Project Report
This project set out to comprehensively map the community food system of the Palouse—everything from local farmers to food pantries, from senior meals to school gardens. It was quickly realized that the scope of organizations involved in feeding the Palouse is broad and vast—partnerships are networked and spread over a wide geographical area. There is also a broad range of motivations for committing to transforming food systems towards ending food insecurity, but the project worked to discover the heart of these motivations. Palouse Tables Project brought clarity to the vision of a community that seamlessly connects health and food, in all of their dimensions.