Welcome to Tilth Producers!

Join the Tilth Producers Board and contribute to the successful future of Washington's farmers! The Board of Directors is seeking up to six farmers and up to five non-grower members. Nominations are now open and applications will be accepted through October 15, 2014. Completed ballots will be mailed October 17, 2014 and members will vote through November 9, 2014. Newly elected board members will be announced at the annual meeting at the T40 conference. Current board members are happy to answer questions - you can find a list of them here. Learn more about Tilth Producers Nominations and Elections here, and download a nomination form today.  
Upcoming Farm Walk! Enumclaw Sustainable Farmers Network, Enumclaw, WA - October 6, 2014 

Mensonides-2014-FarmPicCome join us on the Enumclaw Plateau and see how three farms work together to help each other succeed through resource sharing. Also learn how King Conservation District supports farmers to maintain their business and stewardship goals. We will visit Boise Creek Boer Goats (pasture-raised goat meat), Providence Farms (Organic Valley farmer-owned cow dairy), and Ode to Joy Farm (eggs and pastured poultry).

 
Register for the T40 Conference! T40Logo_wText_FINAL Tilth Producers' 40th anniversary conference, T40, is swiftly approaching. T40 will be held at the Hilton Vancouver Washington, November 7-9. Register here. For conference details, including information about volunteering and scholarships, click here.  
T40 Trade Show - November 7-9 Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to reach your target audience! This action-packed event is Washington’s largest gathering of the sustainable agriculture industry, with more than 700 growers, businesses, researchers, students and advocates in attendance. The trade show is open to all attendees throughout the entire conference and receives maximum foot traffic and exposure.  Learn more.

Mark Musick

Mark Musick, Member Spotlight, July 2014

Mark at Pragtree Farm, 1976

As both community organizer and former farmer, Mark Musick offers a unique perspective to the value of Tilth Producers as an organization both past and present—and future. Tilth staff Angela Anegon interviewed Mark for his story. Continue reading