PCC Farmland Trust is dedicated to saving farmland forever, but our work doesn’t end once a farm is saved. Because we conserve properties in perpetuity, the Stewardship Team is tasked with ensuring that their environmental and agricultural values remain protected forever. Volunteers play an integral role in our work. Without their assistance, these projects would go unfinished.

Restoration Opportunities:


April 11th – 9am – 12pm, Celebrate Earth Day at the Reise Farm!  [REGISTER + MORE INFO]

Help improve water quality and biodiversity along Ball Creek by planting native trees and shrubs. We’ll work with experts from the Pierce Conservation District to ensure this portion of the creek is a healthy home for the many creatures on the property including many species of birds, beavers, coyotes and other critters. With any luck, farmers Jeremy and Angela Sanford will take a break from their busy day to give us a tour of the property and introduce us to Willy, their massive pig! Lunch will be provided.

May 9th – 10am – 2 pm, Oxbow Farm Native Hedgerow Planting [REGISTER + MORE INFO]

Join us at Oxbow Farm to plant native trees and shrubs and learn how Oxbow Farm and PCC Farmland Trust are working to conserve and steward the farmland of the Snoqualmie Valley. When we finish planting, we will break for lunch and then go on a tour of the beautiful Oxbow Farm restoration sites, children’s farm/living playground and native plant nursery.

Be sure to check out our On the Farm series for opportunities to learn more about farms and farming, consider attending one of our Local Chefs for Local Farms dinner events, and especially make sure to sign up for our Crop of News–which always has the very latest in ways to get involved.