They say we are more disconnected from one another than we have ever been before. We disagree. We believe that there is connection in the food we eat; connection to the land, connection to the animals, and connection to those who grow and raise our food.
The Northwest is home to a vast diversity of agriculture. From timothy hay grown in Kittitas County, Washington and the wheat fields of Latah County, Idaho to the Golden Triangle of Montana; these growers, these farmers and ranchers, and these backyard do-it-yourselfers all have one thing in common and that is connection. It is a connection to the food we eat. Each of them has a purpose and place in this connected food cycle, and we think their stories deserve to be told.