The Palouse is experiencing a rise in the number of individuals and families that need food assistance. How has this affected food banks and other social services? What are the challenges to food security in our local community? How can you be a part of the solution? Join us in discussing these important issues and learn how you can be a part of the effort to end hunger in the Palouse. Students receive two hours of reflection credit for attending this event. Refreshments will be provided by the WSU Organic Farm. The reflection will take place on Monday, 10/24 in CUB L45 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. We hope to see you at this event!

To learn about what else is happening at WSU for Food Day or for more information, please contact Amber Heckelman at or 509-335-4609.