Community partners

The SW WA Food Hub is made possible by abundant community support from our partner organizations.

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Southwest Washington Food Hub’s work would not be possible without the generous support from our community partners. Staffing is the biggest struggle facing many businesses today, food hubs included. Our community partners have stepped in to bridge that gap.

Northwest Agriculture Business Center, Washington State University’s Agricultural Extension, and Thurston County Economic Development Council provide management, technical, and hands-on support to the hub.  The hub also partners with PacMtn’s workforce readiness program to support warehouse and delivery work. 

Brought to you with generous Support from:

Made possible through the Department of Labor, Employment Security Department and a grant for COVID-19 Disaster Relief .
Equal Opportunity Employer

PacMtn is an equal opportunity employer /program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. WA Relay 711

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