• The Moscow Food Co-op to Offer Free Tour of Swallowtail Flowers

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    July 09, 2019
    The Moscow Food Co-op has arranged a tour of Swallowtail Flowers for Co-op owners and guests on Saturday, July 13 at 3:00pm. Guests on the tour will have the chance to see the farm up close, and learn more about the daily operations of a flower farm from the owners.
    This tour is the second of three to be offered this summer by the Co-op, in partnership with local farms in
    the Palouse region. The next will take place Monday, July 15, with a tour of Living Soil Microfarm , also
    located in Moscow, Idaho.
    Guests planning to attend should RSVP either at the Co-op customer service desk, or online at
    www.moscowfood.coop/farm-tours. After submitting an RSVP, the Co-op’s Education and Events
    Coordinator will reach out to guests with directions to the farm.

    The Moscow Food Co-op
    The Moscow Food Co-op was established in 1973, and for 46 years we have promoted our cooperative identity by providing healthy food and creating a healthier planet and a stronger, healthier community. We are guided by more than 7,700 owners, and welcome anyone to shop in our store. In the tradition of their founders, cooperative members “believe in the ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others," and aim to be good stewards of the earth and each other. The Moscow Food Co-op is located at 121 E. Fifth St. in Moscow, Idaho, and is open every day from 7:00am to 9:00pm. We also have a satellite location on the University of Idaho campus in Moscow at 822 Elm Street. We are governed by a democratically elected Board. Both the Moscow Food Co-op’s past and future are rooted in cooperative values and principles as expressed through the International Cooperative Alliance.
    Max Newland