Connecting, Strengthening and Scaling Food Supply Chains in the Northwest and Rocky Mountain Region

Connecting and Scaling Food Entrepreneurs


Kate Smith is an Associate in Research in the Washington State University Food Systems Program. She leads work across Washington State for small scale and beginning farmers through the WSU […]

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Theme Team role- Tribal Liaison Danita Macy currently serves as the SNAP-Ed /Family & Community Health Program Coordinator at Oregon State University Extension for the Urban Indigenous programs and OSU

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Mike Gabel is the Director of the Food Innovation Center at CSU Spur with the goal is to support food innovators through value-added services, kitchen and processing facilities and the

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Dual appointment with University of Idaho Extension and TechHelp (Idaho’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Center). The mission of the MEP is to help small to medium manufacturers. My focus area

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– Associate Professor in community food systems – Experience teaching/facilitating beginning and small farm, horticulture, and agritourism programming (Cultivating Success Idaho, Idaho Master Gardener, etc); 6 years of experience facilitating

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Tyler Sangermano is a hospitality professional of twenty years, including ten years of leadership in the front and back of the house of restaurants. She has worked with culinary-focused nonprofits,

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I am a business advisor and co-facilitator of the Getting Your Recipe to Market program at Portland Community College’s Small Business Development Center. I grew up in California’s Napa Valley

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Sarah Masoni’s current position is Senior Faculty Research Assistant II; Director of Product and Process Development at the Oregon State University’s Food Innovation Center Experiment Station, where she has resided

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Ashley is co-lead for the Connecting and Scaling Food Entrepreneurs Theme. Ashley is the founder and CEO of The Food Corridor, the world’s largest platform connecting food entrepreneurs to rentable

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The Wind River Food Sovereignty Project is a project of The Center for Popular Research, Education and Policy (501c3). The project was started in 2018 with the goal of increasing

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