Policy Party 2014

Food & Agriculture POLICY PARTY

Support our policy advocacy work by joining Tilth Producers in Olympia for our third annual Food & Agriculture Policy Party!

  • Learn about Tilth Producers’ farm policy advocacy from Board Member Addie Candib
  • Taste local food and drinks
  • Enjoy a lovely summer evening with other food activists

The Evergreen State College Farmhouse

2712 Lewis Rd NW, Olympia, WA 98502

Sunday, July 27th, 5:00 – 8:00 pm

RSVP online and on Facebook

Can’t join us in Olympia? You can still support Tilth Producers’ policy work. Donate online, donate food for the event (contact ariana@tilthproducers.org), or sign up to volunteer in Seattle with preparations for the event.


2014 Policy Platform

Please support our policy advocacy work

Read our Policy Blog.

Tilth Producers 2014 Policy Platform.

Summary of results from our 2013 Policy Priority Survey.

Sign up here for Tilth News emails, which include action alerts & updates regarding legislative policy that effects organic and sustainable Washington farmers.

Tilth Producers welcomes your participation and input on policy matters.
To join our efforts or express your opinion, please contact:
Ariana Taylor Stanley at ariana@tilthproducers.org
Anne Schwartz at als@fidalgo.net


Please support our policy advocacy work.

Policy Resources
California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF)
Center for Food Safety – True Food Network
Center for Rural Affairs
Center for Science in the Public Interest
Community Food Security Coalition Policy Priorities (CFSC)
Environmental Commons Local Food & Democracy
Institute for Responsible Technology
National Family Farm Coalition
National Organic Coalition
National Organic Program-U.S. Department of Agriculture
National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
Northwest Farm Bill Action Group
Organic Center
Organic Consumers Association Action Center
Oregon Tilth
Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF)
Organic Trade Association (OTA)
PCC Natural Markets
Washington Environmental Council
Washington Sustainable Food and Farming Network (WSFFN or The Network)
Washington Toxics Coalition (WTC)
Sustainable Table – Take Action
Western Sustainable Agriculture Working Group – Issues (WSAWG)