Community Supported Agriculture (CSA): A marketing strategy for small acreage producers in Idaho
Nez Perce County
|Address:||1239 Idaho Street
Lewiston, ID 83501
|Hours:||8 am to 5 pm M - F
Small Acreage Farming and Ranching
Supporting a future of agriculture and promoting the quality of life for all Idaho residents by integrating farm profitability, environmental health and stewardship, and prosperous communities.
Saturdays | June 8--September 28
4:30 p.m. -- 7:30 p.m.
'D' Street Parking Lot & Brackenbury Square
The Lewiston Farmers Market is combining with Sound Downtown, a new weekly summer concert series in downtown Lewiston. The market will run from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. and will overlap with Sound Downtown, which will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Saturday this summer. The market will be held in the D Street Parking Lot with additional Sound Downtown vendors setting up in Brackenbury Square, where the concerts will take place.
For more information, go to the Beautiful Downtown Lewiston website or contact Breanne Durham at (208) 790-1148
Certified Naturally Grown
The grassroots alternative to certified organic. Certified Naturally Grown is a non-profit organization offering certification tailored for small-scale, direct-market farmers and beekeepers who use natural methods to grow their product.
Over the Wire: A Beef Cattle E-letter
Contact Jim Church, UI/Idaho County Extension at (208) 983-2667, for more information. If you would like to receive Over the Wire by email or by postal mail, call Jim or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- January 2013 Transferring Cattle to the Next Generation
February 2013 Early Weaning Calves
March 2013 Protein Nutrition for Beef Cows
- April 2013 Artificial Insemination: The Forgotten Technology
May 2013 Management Tips to Survive Drought
- June 2012 Grass Tetany
- July 2012 Quality Grading of Beef Carcasses
- August 2012 Preventing Hay Fires
September 2012 Summary of Beef Quality Audit
- October 2012 Creep Feeding Fall Born Calves
November 2011 Hauling Cattle
- December 2012 Replacement Heifers
Inland Northwest Food Hub Project
- Goal is to develop a commercial small business start-up food processing center making it available to north central Idaho, southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon.
- To find out the needs of potential customers, there is an online user survey and a matching off line survey. To access the survey, go to http://www.InlandNWFoodHub.com
- Support resources: University of Idaho, Washington State University, Walla Walla Community College--Clarkston, Lewis Clark State College
- Looking at a wet kitchen or dry kitchen, not a bake kitchen. Location of the "Hub" is not yet known.
Looking where you can purchase locally grown or raised food? From vegetables to animal products, this website will help you find someone near you!
Share your harvest! Backyard Harvest connects local gardeners, farmers, and fruit tree owners with food banks, pantries and meal programs.
Do you have more garden bounty than you can eat? Do you want to help those who are hungry? Keep it fresh, keep it local, and help your neighbors in need! Visit www.AmpleHarvest.org to find a food pantry near you!
USDA Hispanic and/or Women Farmers & Ranchers
If you believe that the United States Department of Agriculture improperly denied farm loan benefits to you between 1981 and 2000 because you are Hispanic or because you are female, you may be eligible to apply for compensation. For more information, click here.