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 the environmental and agricultural values remain protected forever. Volunteers play an integral role in our work. Without the help of people like you, these projects would go unfinished.
Friday, September 18th– 9am-1pm, Jubilee Biodynamic Farm Restoration for Day of Caring [REGISTER + MORE INFO]
We are partnering with our friends at the United Way of King County to host a project for Day of Caring, the biggest volunteer event in the state. Spend the morning with us at Jubilee Biodynamic Farm, ensuring the health and biodiversity of a crucial area, which protects the Snoqualmie River and provides important habitat for pollinators, birds, and other beneficial insects. Our team will clear the area of aggressive weeds, which will create space for native species to thrive and keep the local sustainable farming system healthy.
Our Day of Caring project will include training and a chance to learn more about how we conserve sustainable Washington farmland over a delicious, locally prepared lunch.
Saturday, October 17th– 9am- 12pm, Reise Farm Riparian Restoration Celebration! [REGISTER + MORE INFO]
Please join us to celebrate the culmination of our riparian restoration project! We have worked hard for two years to improve the native plant diversity of the forest along Ball Creek on Reise Farm. We will be finishing up our multi-year project by planting 300 trees and shrubs – and then celebrating our accomplishment!
This event is appropriate for all ages but minors must be accompanied by an adult. Please no pets. Bring a water bottle, comfortable clothing you don’t mind getting dirty, and sturdy close-toed shoes. We’ll provide tools and gloves. A light lunch will be served.
Be sure to checkout our Events Page for more opportunities to get out on our forever farms and learn more about what we do!