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Tree Planting Party on Dropstone Farms

Dropstone Farms 20315 Orville Rd E, Orting, WA

Join us and our partners from Pierce Conservation District and Washington Conservation Corps on March 16th for a tree planting party on Dropstone Farms! Help improve on-farm habitat and drainage by planting a native tree and shrub buffer. There are almost 600 trees to plant, so grab some gloves, bring your friends, and get ready > Continue Reading


The Barn Raiser

Metropolist 2931 1st Avenue South A, Seattle, WA

The Barn Raiser, PCC Farmland Trust’s signature fundraising event, will take place on Thursday, May 2, 2019, at Metropolist in the SoDo neighborhood of Seattle. The evening will include live music, delicious local food featuring celebrity chefs and produce from Washington farms, a raise the paddle and live auction — and more! Our program will > Continue Reading

Birding on the Farm

Wild Hare Organic Farm 4520 River Rd E, Tacoma, WA

Join PCC Farmland Trust and Tahoma Audubon Society for a family-friendly farm walk at Wild Hare Organic Farm, where you’ll learn about the importance of protecting local farmland not just for people, but for birds too! Join us for a morning of learning and refreshments as we discuss pollinator habitat and organic farming while searching > Continue Reading


Harvest Party at Elk Run Farm

Elk Run Farm 27625 228th Ave SE, Maple Valley

We are excited to be collaborating with Elk Run Farm on a harvest party for the third year in a row. Based in Maple Valley, Elk Run Farm works to address the lack of access to healthy food for low-income families in South King County while promoting sustainable urban agriculture. Join us on Saturday, September > Continue Reading


Climate Change And Farmland: Building A Resilient Future For Washington

Town Hall Seattle 1119 Eighth Avenue, Seattle

Some statistics suggest that a quarter of global greenhouse emissions come from agriculture. But what does climate change mean for farmers here in Washington? To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, PCC Farmland Trust presents national bestselling authors and mother-daughter duo Frances Moore Lappé and Anna Lappé, who bring a multi-generational perspective on the > Continue Reading


Love the Land: A virtual benefit concert for local farms


Now more than ever, we need regional food security. Local farmers are under enormous pressure due to rising land prices, climate change, and a growing pandemic. We know we are stronger together, and that it will take all of us to create lasting solutions for a better future. That’s why Washington Farmland Trust is teaming > Continue Reading


Love the Land: a virtual benefit concert for local farms


Local farmers are at the heart of our food system. And yet, the barriers that they face are staggering, especially for marginalized growers. From finding and affording land to keeping it productive and resilient in the face of climate change, local farmers need our support now more than ever. That’s why Washington Farmland Trust and > Continue Reading