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By Teresa Simpson
Whitman County Gazette 

Second Harvest and COA work to secure food

Food shortages impact suppliers and consumers


December 15, 2022

Courtesy of Eric Williams

Food is loaded into a COA truck from a Second Harvest distribution center.

COLFAX- Second Harvest has suspended distribution to Whitman County starting January, having given notice to the Washington State Department of Agriculture.

The Council on Aging and Human Services in Colfax Executive Director Paige Collins confirmed that the Council on Aging picked up their December shipment of food from Second Harvest Monday, Dec. 12.

Due to the food shortage Second Harvest will not be delivering food to Whitman County's rural food pantries, including Palouse, Garfield, Oakesdale, Tekoa, Endicott, LaCrosse, St. John, Albion, Rosalia and Malden/Pine City. As well as the Com...

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