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LINC Foods, an area farmers cooperative, recently launched an online marketplace that offers locally grown food.
Beth Robinette, co-founder of Local Inland Northwest Cooperative – or LINC – Foods, runs a five-day New Cowgirl Camp which trains women in ranch management.
The LINC Box costs $25 per week and includes six to eight locally, sustainably grown fruits and vegetables as well as the opportunity to add on local cheese, meat, bread, milk, eggs and more.
Beth Robinette helped launch
Paw Print Genetics, a Spokane canine DNA diagnostic center, will move into larger quarters by early March. The laboratory service will take over a 7,000-square-foot space in the Franklin Park Medical Center, 220 E. Rowan Ave., after tenant improvements. Al French, project architect, is an owner of the medical building.
LINC Foods is opening its community-supported agriculture program to the general public this summer, and other food-related news from around the Inland Northwest.