On December 7, 2016 The Puget Sound Food Hub Cooperative (PSFH) elected their first two-year term board of directors. The PSFH began seven years ago as a wholesale market under the I-5 overpass in Mount Vernon. The PSFH is now a farmer-owned cooperative connecting local farmers with wholesale buyers from Bellingham to Seattle entirely online. Previously the Northwest Agriculture Business Center (NABC) managed the PSFH. Earlier this spring, NABC worked with key farmer members and transitioned the PSFH to a farmer-owned cooperative. In early May, an initial group of member farms elected an interim board…
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Seven years after its was initially formed as a wholesale market under the I-5 overpass in Mount Vernon, the Puget Sound Food Hub opens the 2016 season as a member owned cooperative, operating an aggregating and distribution entity that services a market region from Bellingham south to Tacoma and which will post sales in excess of 1 million dollars this season. In early spring
Join Northwest Agriculture Business Center, Center for Economic Development, Northwest Cooperative Development Center and the Lake County Community Development Center for an informative and engaging day as experts in northwest regional food systems development share their experiences, thoughts, and strategies for creating greater community access to locally produced food. Presenters will represent food hubs, supermarkets, institutional food service, farm to school initiatives, and communities-in-need
Whatcom County’s Cloud Mountain Farm Center will partner with the Puget Sound Food Hub to provide aggregation and distribution services for local farms which sell their products direct to supermarkets, restaurants, and food service providers though the Puget Sound Food Hub’s web site. This new enterprise will start on Monday, September 9, and will serve as an aggregation site and distributor for farms and
The Puget Sound Food Hub has launched a new website and implemented changes to its business model in preparation for the 2014 growing season. The nonprofit Puget Sound Food Hub is a network of farms and non-profit organizations operating cooperatively in the Puget Sound region to market, aggregate and distribute locally produced food direct from farms to businesses and institutions.
The Puget Sound Food Hub will be reopening on May 5th. We’re looking forward to another delicious season. Sign up for our Newsletter to receive upcoming announcements or contact email@example.com for more information.