Inland Northwest Food Network Scion Exchange

Inland Northwest Food Network Scion Exchange

The Inland Northwest Food Network is hosting a community scion exchange on Saturday, March 24. Scion wood is a shoot or twig of a tree that has been cut for grafting. At the exchange, you'll find over 100 varieties of scion wood for purchase. The exchange runs from 11am to 3pm at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection, 15319 E 8th Avenue, Spokane Valley. It's free to attend.

More details here: inwfoodnetwork.org/scion-exchange

INW Food Network is also holding grafting workshop with Jim McGinty from 11am to 1pm, but the workshop is sold out.

2018 Fruit Tree Education Series

Sunday, February 25
Fruit Tree Selection
Community Building, 35 W. Main Ave., Spokane
2pm - 3:30pm, $5
Register here

Saturday, March 10
Pruning Workshop with Spirit Pruners
Resurrection Orchard, 15319 E 8th Ave., Spokane Valley
9:30am - 12:30pm, $10 general, $5 SETP volunteers & registered tree owners
Register here

Tuesday, April 17
Pest Prevension
WSU Extension, 222 N Havana, Spokane
6pm - 9pm
Registration details coming soon (via WSU Extension)

Just Eat It: Film Screening & Panel Discussion

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Spokane Edible Tree Project and the Master Gardener Foundation of Spokane County present a special screening of Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Community Building, 35 W. Main
7pm, $5 suggested donation
A panel discussion will follow the film.
Details below.

Watch the trailer:

After the film, join us for a panel discussion with members of local organizations working to address food waste and hunger: Feed Spokane, Catholic Charities Food For All, and Spokane Edible Tree Project. Find out what's happening in Spokane, and how to get involved!

The panel discussion will be moderated by Julie Humphreys from 2nd Harvest.

 
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Harvest Plum Ale release with Bellwether Brewing Co.

Spokane Edible Tree Project and Bellwether Brewing Company are thrilled about the release of our Harvest Plum Ale! Bellwether made the ale using golden plums gleaned by SETP last summer, creating a Belgian-style tripel that was then blended with a barrel-aged imperial rye. $1 from each pour will benefit our gleaning program for the life of the batch.

Join us!
Thursday, January 25, 2018
3-9PM
Bellwether Brewing Co.
2019 N Monroe St.