Local Food Resource Guide


 Lewiston-Clarkston Valley

Other Resources:
 The LC Valley Local Food Tour was brought to you by the LCSC Service-Learning Program, as part of their new campus and communitySustainability Initiative. To learn more about getting involved in this exciting new program, contactCharlette Kremer.

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Interested in becoming more involved in local food and justice issues?Click here to learn more about the LC Valley initiative, Tables of Hope.
Check out the Local Harvest website to find even more local food resources!
Growers, such as the Wilson Banner Ranch, recommend Rosauer's, located off of Thain Rd. in Lewiston, as a grocery store that cares about buying from local farms.
The LCSC Center for Arts and History has now hosted two successful Dinner in the Gardencommunity events, featuring local food and art in the outdoors setting of Modie Park in Lewiston. Click here to learn more about their recent event and to find out how you can be involved next year. 
Thank you to all of you who were able to attend the first ever LC Valley Local Food Tour on September 10, 2010! We had a lot of feedback from people interested in learning more about local food resources in our area, so we did some research and compiled the following list. We are sure there are growers and sellers in the area that aren't represented, so please feel free to contact us if you know of someone to add to this list. We hope you'll consider supporting our community and making nutritious choices by buying locally!
Growers and Producers
foodWilson Banner Ranch 16397 Highway 12, Clarkston | (509) 758-2664 

Eileen's Eggs Call Eileen at (208) 816-8532 or find her at either farmers' market
Northwest Specialty Meats 1342 Bridge, Clarkston | (509) 751-1327
Hagen's Orchard 2255 Reservoir Rd, Clarkston |758-3450 
Rousseau Orchard 2027 13th St, Clarkston | 758-8254  
eggsSage Baking Company 1303 Main Street, Lewiston | (208) 743-4009
Bronzestone Dipping Company Clarkston | (208) 301-1990 
breadWild Canyon Organics 49377 Joseph Creek Road, Asotin, WA | (509) 243-4532
Landgrove Coffee
 1100 Nora Creek Road, Troy, ID | (208) 835-5629 | Found at La Boheme and Moscow Food Co-op
Farmers' Markets 
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Clarkston Farmers' Market
 5th and Sycamore | Saturday mornings
Lewiston Farmers' Market  D St. Parking Lot, Downtown Lewiston | Wednesday evenings
community gardenClarkston Community Garden
 13th and Port Way, Clarkston | clarkstongarden@gmail.com 
Osborn Community Garden 1901 8th Street, Lewiston | Call Barb at (208) 746-7787
Patt's Garden Center 1280 Port Dr, Clarkston |758-4104
Backyard Harvest Learn about ways to give your surplus produce to families in need | (208) 669-2259
Dining Out 
Looking to dine at a restaurant that features local and seasonal menus? We suggest (although the last two are a little out of the way):
la bohemeLa Boheme 301 Main Street Ste. 102, Lewiston
Nectar 105 W. 6th Street, Moscow | 208.882.5914 
The Black Cypress 215 E. Main Street, Pullman | 509-334-5800
Thank You!
On behalf of Santiago Gurule and myself, I'd like to say a warm thank-you to those of you who supported this project! We were very excited to be able to learn alongside you as we rediscovered our community through food. We have only just skimmed the surface of the amazing resources that the LC Valley has to offer, and we hope that we can all continue learning and loving our local community. It's delicious!
Please feel free to pass this resource guide on to friends, family, and colleagues who may be interested.
Thank you again!
-Breanne Durham
LCSC Service-Learning Program
Charlette Kremer, Program Director