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SUSTAINABLE AG TALK
RR Sustainable Ag Talk is a public discussion list for farmers, consumers and others working in and/or committed to sustainable and organic agriculture in the Inland Northwest (all of Idaho and the easternmost counties of Washington and Oregon). The list is moderated by Rural Roots, a regional non-profit organization whose mission is to support and enhance sustainable and organic agriculture and community-based food systems in the Inland Northwest.
INLAND NW WOMEN IN AG
The Inland NW Women in AG is to link and support women and their families with resources, education & skills related to starting, sustaining, and supporting local food systems and agricultural endeavors through programming and networking opportunities.