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WSU Food Systems Program and Tilth Alliance have been collaboratively presenting the Farm Walk Series for over 16 years! These farmer-to-farmer educational events are hosted by organic, sustainable, and innovative farm and food businesses throughout Washington State. We reach over 450 attendees each year seeking education, advice, and mentorship from experienced farmers, agricultural professionals, and WSU researchers and specialists. Held throughout the year in geographically diverse areas of the state, the unique expertise developed by established growers and researchers is shared experientially through a guided walk-and-talk style.


 

Upcoming Farm Walks

Farm Walk 2019 Bluebird Grain Farms – Soil Health Management in Organic Grain Production

REGISTRATION OPEN! Organic Heirloom Grains From Plow to your Plate! Find out how Bluebird Grain Farms uses cover crops and other soil health management practices to care for the earth they farm in the Methow Valley. [...]

Farm Walk 2019 Spoon Full Farm – Loyal to Soil: Regenerative No-Till Practices for Garden & Pasture

REGISTRATION OPEN! Learn how the farmers at Spoon Full Farm are fulfilling their mission of being "Loyal to Soil" through their Whole Earth farming practices. We will discuss their no-till garden and pastures, carbon sequestration [...]

Farm Walk 2019 Lazy R Ranch and LINC Foods – Holistic Management for Grazing Animals and Innovative Distribution Models

REGISTRATION OPEN! Join us for this two-part Farm Walk at Lazy R Ranch and LINC Foods! We will start the day at Lazy R Ranch where we will learn from 2018 Tilth Conference Farmer of [...]

Farm Walk 2019 – Viva Farms Berry Growers: Innovations in Strawberry, Raspberry and Blackberry Production

Viva Farms - Berry Growers: Arado Farm, Silva Family Farm, Reginos Farm, Pure Nelida Organic Produce, Farias Farm, and Cabrera Farms Innovations in Strawberry, Raspberry and Blackberry Production Innovaciones en la producción de fresas, moras, [...]

Farm Walk 2019 Lost Peacock Creamery How Not to Start a Goat Dairy: Lessons Learned & Models for Success from a Veteran, Female Farmer

Join farmers Rachael Taylor-Tuller and Matthew Tuller of Lost Peacock Creamery as they share their story of how they came to be farmers, why they landed on a goat dairy, and how they are working [...]
2019 Farm Walk Schedule Farm Walk Booklet Library
Registration is $15 for Tilth Alliance Members/Students and $25 for non-members.

Questions?

Feel free to contact one of the program coordinators:

Nicole Witham, WSU Food Systems: nwitham@wsu.edu

Erin Murphy, Tilth Alliance: erinmurphy@tilthalliance.org