Contact us at: info@lincfoods.com

Billing/Mailing Address:

1820 E. 9th Ave / Spokane, WA 99202

Beth Robinette, MBA, a fourth generation Spokanite, has been a food activist in the area for over 10 years. When she is not connecting farmers to markets at LINC Foods, she can be found building fence, or chasing cows, on her family's cattle ranch, the Lazy R, where they raise grass-fed beef. Her academic studies have revolved around business, marketing and sustainable food systems. beth@lincfoods.com - 509-990-4247


Beth Robinette, MBA, a fourth generation Spokanite, has been a food activist in the area for over 10 years. When she is not connecting farmers to markets at LINC Foods, she can be found building fence, or chasing cows, on her family's cattle ranch, the Lazy R, where they raise grass-fed beef. Her academic studies have revolved around business, marketing and sustainable food systems.

beth@lincfoods.com - 509-990-4247

Joel Williamson, MBA, grew up in Spokane county working on his family rose growing farm and greenhouse. He has spent the last 10 years working for a more just society through art, community organizing, local government, non-profit management, and now through business. Joel is earned his MBA with an emphasis in Finance and is interested in creating local financial intermediaries which would put Spokane money to work improving the local economy. joel@lincfoods.com - 509-230-1223

Joel Williamson, MBA, grew up in Spokane county working on his family rose growing farm and greenhouse. He has spent the last 10 years working for a more just society through art, community organizing, local government, non-profit management, and now through business. Joel is earned his MBA with an emphasis in Finance and is interested in creating local financial intermediaries which would put Spokane money to work improving the local economy.

joel@lincfoods.com - 509-230-1223

 

LINC Foods, a Local Inland Northwest Cooperative, is a purpose-driven for-profit business that builds community health and wealth by creating the infrastructure for a local food system in the greater Spokane, Washington region.