Idaho Food Coalitions
Idaho food coalitions are networks or collaborative alliance of people and organizations working to strengthen the resiliency thier local food system. Being part of a food coalition is a powerful way to build community food self-reliance!
Founded in 2015, Blaine County Food Council (BCFC) is a grassroots group of local food system advocates in Sun Valley.
The BCFC strives to integrate all aspects of their local food system to promote efficient, resource-conscious approaches in all phases: production, processing, distribution, access, consumption
The Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition (PCFC) is comprised of representatives from regional and community organizations, institutions, agencies, non-profits and retail businesses with a shared interest in growing our local food system.
PCFC’s mission is to strengthen the health and vibrancy of the Palouse-Clearwater food system and increase the production, distribution
The “Teton Food and Farm Coalition” typically meets the 4th week of the month from 12-1pm at the Teton County Extension Office in Driggs (either Wednesdays in the summer or Fridays during the winter).
The Coalition is intended to link farmers, food processors, distributors, restaurants, nonprofits, and others in community food system projects and policy development in the Teton Valley, ID and Jackson Hole, WY area.
Anyone interested in strengthening the Teton local food economy is invited to participate!
Do you know of another Idaho food coalition? Fill out this Contact Form with more information so we can review it and add it to our list!