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Regional Small Farms Program

Clallam | Jefferson | Kitsap

The goal of the Regional Small Farms program is to support a thriving food and farm sector through:

  • Classes and workshops – many suggested by local farmers and geared towards the needs of the region
  • Farmer-to-Farmer networking
  • Technical support and access to WSU specialists
  • Access to local markets and regional food systems work
  • Applied research and policy development

The Regional Small Farms Program supports small to mid-sized farms by leveraging the broad resources of a major university to resolve issues and create a positive food future for our region. Contact your local WSU staff – visit the Small Farms Team page.


Regional Small Farms Newsletter

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Upcoming Events:

 

 

cultivating success logo and photo of farmer holding beetsAll online! Cultivating Success Whole Farm Planning Course

Every Tuesday beginning October 20th through December 15th

6:00-8:30pm

$125 per farm/farm family.

Military veteran and non-military veteran scholarships.

Registration is now closed.


Online via zoom! Farmer-to-farmer “Dirt Talk” Networking hour

Topic: Intro to Biochar Production and Uses

Postponed to a new date. Details coming soon.

 

Find where you can access local food during the COVID-19 outbreak:


 

Check out all Small Farms Classes!