Members of Chuckanut Transition and Bow Little Market attended all three presentations. We attended to not only give input on the choice, but to also stress to the candidate that we were interested in having the new faculty member complete the Farm Assessment, and to find out what was the candidate's opinion on GMOs and organics. A Farm Assessment will provide important information on farmers and available land that will be essential in our Valley’s work toward regional food security. The GMO issue is another important conversation that needs to be brought into the public realm as often as possible.
As of April 24, the WSU selection committee had made a selection and would make an offer to that candidate later in the week. We will be kept in the loop as more information becomes public.
Hope, love and peace will bring prosperity.