online. Visit the audio library to listen to workshops, symposium presentations, and keynote speakers from T40. Access to conference audio is one of the many benefits of being a Tilth Producers member. You'll need to log-in with your member credentials to listen. If you are unsure of your member status or lost your password, give us a call at (206) 632-7506 or email the office at email@example.com.
Save the Date for next year's conference!
We'll be in Spokane, WA, November 13-15, 2015.
Congratulations to our Annual Farmer & Advocate of the Year Honorees! Read more about the recipients here.
Lifetime Achievement Award (Tilth Producers first ever!) Anne Schwartz (Blue Heron Farm)
Farmers of the Year Ray & Becky de Vries (Ralph’s Greenhouse)
Advocate of the Year David Granastein (WSU CSNAR)
Upcoming Workshop! Crop Planning for Organic Vegetable Growers
Facilitated by Frédéric Thériault, farmer and author, Tourne-Sol Co-operative Farm, Les Cèdres, Quebec
January 20, 2014
8:30 am – 4:00 pm WSU-Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center Mount Vernon, WA
This workshop provides a much-needed structure for figuring out how to make money on a market garden. It hones in on the core issues of farm success: which crops to grow, when to plant them, and in what quantities. Then it provides a logical, linear process for getting it all done and on time. Come learn from experienced farmer and farm educator, Frédéric Thériault, as he takes attendees through his 11 step process for crop planning success. Learn more and register on the Upcoming Workshops page.
Register here! Or by calling the Tilth Producers office at 206-632-7506.
In the spirit of Tilth Producer’s 40th anniversary, it seemed appropriate to spotlight one of the original founders of the Tilth organization, Woody Deryckx, owner of Gratitude Gardens in Skagit County. Woody, a long-time farmer and advocate of the Tilth movement shares his perspectives on the roots of Tilth, the progress of the sustainable agriculture movement, and what lies ahead for our organization. Continue reading