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Inchelium Red Garlic Project

Inchelium Red Garlic is a little-known variety, and many people are not aware of the history of this variety. It is the oldest strain of garlic grown in North America. It originated on the Colville Confederated Tribes Reservation, in the community of Inchelium, Washington. It was growing in Inchelium far before the arrival of English settlers, in the 1700’s.

Learn more about growing garlic in your home garden

Red Garlic Booth

Pests and Weeds in the Garden & Greenhouse

More Agriculture Resources

The Washington State Department of Agriculture has developed a new webpage for individuals in raising animals for meat production:

A beginner’s guide to raising animals for meat

This website contains information housing/pasturing animals, animal selection and care, basics of animal health, biosecurity planning, processing meat, and finding more resources.

Questions, Comments?

Contact: Linda McLean, Phone: (509) 634-2305  or email: