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Ranch tour scheduled Sunday

Staff Reports The Spokesman-Review

The Sustainable Table’s Eat Well Guided Tour of America makes two stops in this corner of the country this week.

On Sunday, Nikki and Joe Eaton will host a tour of their ranch near Colton, Wash., where they raise natural grass-fed beef. The tour of Eaton’s Natural Beef will be followed by dinner prepared by Nikki Woodland of Nectar, with a pie bake-off after dinner. The beef will be provided by the Eatons and there will be produce from local and organic growers, and Shepherd’s Grain bread donated by the Moscow (Idaho) Food Co-op Bakery.

The tour begins at 4 p.m. at the ranch at 11601 Wawawai Road in Colton, about 15 miles southwest of Pullman. Dinner is at 6. A chartered bus will pick up guests at the Palouse Mall parking lot in Moscow at 3 and the old Safeway parking lot in Pullman at 3:30 for those who would like a ride to the ranch.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children age 6 and up, and $50 for a family of four. College students receive a discounted rate of $12 for adults, $6 for children older than 6 and $30 for a family of four.

For more information and to register, visit, call (208) 883-3462 or e-mail The deadline for registering is Friday.

Then on Monday, the Eat Well Guided Tour will be pausing in Liberty Lake’s Pavillion Park for the Pie in the Sky public carnival.

The event is free and open to the public and includes a pie walk, pie crust demonstrations, samplings of local vendors’ wares and pies for sale. It will be held from 6 to 8 p.m.

For more information about the national tour or to look at the schedule go to www.sustainabletable. org/roadtrip.

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