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Hello all~

As we gear up for the growing season (which looks like we’ll have enough water for!) I wanted to update you on this upcoming season for Palouse Grown Market.
I have chosen to expand my farming knowledge by getting my hands in the dirt and working on my Dads farm in Greenbluff, Wa this season. I’m super excited for this new opportunity, though this also means I will not be managing Palouse Grown Market. I have found an ambitious replacement in Anthony (please see his email below) who is going to keep the Market going this season and he is also hoping to expand the Market into wider wholesale opportunities (restaurants, events, etc) for interested farmers. I believe his experience in farm-to-table restaurants in Flagstaff and Seattle as well as farming his family’s land in the Pullman area and raising livestock will be of great benefit to the future of this market as it continues to grow. We are working together to make this a very smooth transition.
Members, thank you so very much for your support this past season and thank you vendors for growing/raising and providing your neighbors clean, healthy foods, it makes a world of difference in our community in so many ways.

Wishing you all a very happy spring,



The seasons and weather are changing swiftly. As are many other things around us. I was lucky enough to meet Holly at the Palouse-Clearwater Food Summit. We started throwing around some idea’s, opportunities fell her direction and she asked if I was interested. How could I not accept?

I do not plan on making any major changes to the current business model. But as Holly said I feel there is also opportunity for growth in your market through entering into the wholesale side of the food system (restaurants, schools etc.). I am currently working on getting information for applicable permits / licensing, etc…

If you have any questions, concerns, ideas or you just want to chat feel free to contact me.

Email address:

Phone: (520) 559-1444

Postal address:
1001 Wawawai Pullman Rd.
Pullman, Wa. 99163

With great humility and a lot of excitement I look forward to working with you this season.