Winter 2019 Newsletter

The latest news from SnoValley Tilth, including program updates, upcoming events, and a note from the Director.
WINTER 2019

Floodplains, Fish and Farms: The Sustainable Land Strategy in Snohomish County

Can we collectively develop a plan for our floodplains that supports both fish and farms? In 2010, the Sustainable Lands Strategy (SLS) was created to tackle this challenge. Since its inception, the members representing local tribes, agencies, organizations, and farmers have been working to develop a multi-benefit approach to the floodplains within Snohomish County.

Autumn 2018 Newsletter

The latest news from SnoValley Tilth, including program updates, upcoming events, and a note from the Director.
AUTUMN 2018

Summer 2018 Newsletter

The latest news from SnoValley Tilth, including program updates, upcoming events, and a note from the Director.
SUMMER 2018

Spring 2018 Newsletter

The latest news from SnoValley Tilth, including program updates, upcoming events, and a note from the Director.
SPRING 2018

SnoValley Tilth Newsletter Archive

Read up on the latest SnoValley Tilth news, program and advocacy updates, farm profiles, and upcoming events in our quarterly newsletters: Spring 2018 Winter 2017/2018 Summer 2017 Spring 2017 Winter 2016/2017 Autumn 2016

Advocacy Update: Fish, Farm, Flood 2.0

The Fish, Farm, Flood (FFF) process, initiated by King County in 2012, brought together key stakeholders to develop a plan to balance the needs of fish habitat while stewarding critical agricultural land and minimizing flood impacts.

Big Plans for a Small Cow at Summer Run Farm

Cathryn Baerwald’s Summer Run Farm is known for its produce and certified-organic garlic, but this Snoqualmie Valley farm has recently had the opportunity to diversify in a unique way, with the addition of a diminutive bovine whose large brown eyes are as sweet as the […]

SnoValley Tilth Produce Processing Facility Feasibility Study

By Alison Leber, Leber Consulting. With more than 5 million consumers in the Puget Sound region, there is increasing public demand for locally produced food.  Despite this demand, many King County farms are limited in their ability to provide year-round access to local products because […]

WSDA Licensed Poultry Processing at Crooked Shed Farm

Tucked beneath a bigleaf maple tree on Laile Fletcher’s Crooked Shed Farm, a tidy, unassuming two-room building is big news for poultry farmers in the Snoqualmie Valley. This new facility, along with Laile’s recently-obtained WSDA Food Processor License and USDA Co-Pack Exemption, mean that farmers […]