Project Roundtable: Local food & Clark County Grown

Image Courtesy Slow Food SW WA

Project Roundtable highlights a project or organization that’s making news in our local business community through an in-depth discussion with key players.

In this interview, we sat down with three members of the Clark County food scene: Warren Neth, executive director of Slow Food SW WA, Sue Marshall, Bowers Corner Farm, and Jodell Hinejosa, Jo Foody Catering.

Listen as we discuss the challenges and opportunities that area food growers and distributors face, as well as a new marketing program known as Clark County Grown that aims to highlight local ingredients in stores and restaurants.

Listen here

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