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Small Farms/ Pequenas Granjas

Program Contact: Kate Smith
360-428-4270 ext 223 •

As part of the WSU Food Systems Program and the WSU School of Environment, we provide support to small and beginning farmers by offering bilingual English/Spanish workshops and courses focused on farm business topics from production to business management. We are also part of the Begin to Farm Skagit Network!

Como parte del WSU Programa de Sistemas alimentarios y el WSU Escuela del Medioambiente, proveemos apoyo a productores nuevos y de pequeña escala por medio de ofrecer talleres y cursos bilingües enfocado en los temas de granjas de producción a manejo de un negocio agrícola. ¡También somos parte de la Red de Empieza a Producir Skagit!

Upcoming Events and Courses

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Here are a few stories of producers currently farming at Viva Farms that WSU Undergraduate Students from the English Department created in their Digital Storytelling project in the summer of 2016.

This Is Regino


All resources were developed in collaboration between Washington State University Skagit County Extension, Washington State University Food Systems Program, and Viva Farms and were funded by the United States Department of Agriculture. All resources are intended for public use, but appropriate credit is expected.

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