The 2014 Farm Walk season is complete! Thank you to all who attended – we hope that you learned something new and valuable. Special thanks to all our wonderful host farms this year:
Stockhouse’s Farm, Nash’s Organic Produce, Glendale Shepherd, Bow Hill Blueberries, Brownfield Orchards, Seattle Tilth Farm Works, Spokane’s Family Farm, Yacolt Mountain Farm & Nursery, Local Roots Farm, Alpenfire Orchards & Cidery, Burnt Ridge Nursery, Enumclaw Sustainable Farmers Network (Boise Creek Boer Goats, Providence Farm, & Ode to Joy Farm), and China Bend Winery.
If you missed a farm walk please visit the Past Farm Walks page to read full summaries and peruse each walk’s Farm Walk Booklet for resources related to the focus topics of the walk. For pictures, each farm walk has its own album on our Facebook page.
Have a suggestion for a farm walk location or focus topic for 2015? Please email Angela Anegon, Education Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org. It is our mission to provide quality education for farmers to find production practices that are ecologically sound, economically viable, and socially equitable.
The 2014 Farm Walk series was presented by Tilth Producers of Washington and the WSU Small Farms Program
The 2014 Farm Walk series is supported in part by WSDA Specialty Crop Block Grant Program and by the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA, Grant # 2012-49400-19575. For more resources and programs for beginning farmers and ranchers please visit www.Start2Farm.gov.