PCFC Membership Form
The Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition (PCFC) is an ad hoc group comprised of individuals and representatives from regional and community organizations, agencies, non-profits and retail businesses with shared interest in growing our local food systems. Established in 2012, our mission 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 agriculture products. PCFC sponsors an annual Palouse-Clearwater Food Summit, co-hosts regional food and farming events and advocates for increased collaboration across the food system. Our focus areas include:
1) Local Food Production & Processing
2) Hunger, Food Access and Nutrition
3) Economic Development and Regional Co-Marketing
4) Networking and Policy Advocacy
5) Outreach and Education
We welcome your participation and membership in PCFC. There are two types of membership: Individual and Organizational. Both require a commitment to PCFC’s mission and participation in PCFC programs/events or a financial contribution (see donation instructions below). Membership is renewable annually.
Donations to further the work of the Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition are greatly appreciated. PCFC is fiscally sponsored by Rural Roots, Inc. a Moscow-based 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Donations to PCFC are tax deductible. Please make donation checks out to Rural Roots, Inc. and note PCFC donation on the information line. Mail checks to PCFC c/o Rural Roots, Inc., PO Box 8925, Moscow, ID 83843.
Questions? Contact PCFC Steering Committee representative Colette DePhelps,
Type of Membership.
Organization/Business Name (if applicable)
Website (if applicable)
List your areas of interest / food system work:
Please add me to PCFC’s email list (to receive PCFC announcements & related information)
I would like to volunteer on the annual Food Summit planning committee
I would like to make a financial donation to support the work of PCFC
As a member, I pledge to do the following:
Shop local at a farmers market, farm stand, butcher, u-pick, or purchase a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) subscription
Grow local food in a home garden, community garden, greenhouse, hoop house, or on my farm
Volunteer to help Backyard Harvest or a local food bank/pantry/meal program
Thank my local farm-to-table restaurants and grocers for serving local foods/supporting local food producers
Enhance my culinary skills by attending a cooking class, following the Local Foods, Local Flavors blog or experimenting with local food in my own kitchen.
Attend the annual Palouse-Clearwater Food Summit in January
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