Living in Washington, you enjoy the abundance of a state crossed by idyllic agricultural valleys. We rely on farming communities in these valleys for clean, healthy food to nourish ourselves and our loved ones. But our farmland is threatened—especially farms near urban areas.
Local ecosystems and economies are out of balance. Each day, hundreds of acres of our best farmland are lost to development. Farmers cannot afford to keep their land. Natural resources are lost—permanently. We must act together now to preserve our food-producing valleys.
Right now, there is an urgent need for farmland conservation in the Puyallup Valley. With fertile soil and stunning views of Mt. Rainier, the valley is rich with agricultural history and promise. It is also a target for intense commercial and residential development. That is why, for the next several years, PCC Farmland Trust will dedicate resources there.
Please help keep Puyallup Valley farms in the hands of farmers by making a gift today.
The Trust is leading the call to action in the Puyallup Valley— we’ve conserved 320 acres and five farms there already. We have come a long way, but there is still much more to be done.
Our vision for organic farming is bigger than one farm or one farmer: Imagine a Washington where organic farmland is abundant, soil and water quality are improving, habitat is restored, and pollinators are thriving. Imagine a Washington where generations of farming families can stay on their land. This can be our future. Today, we ask you to take the next step toward this future.
We have already started. Working together with partners and supporters, we have conserved 15 farms and over 1,300 acres of Washington farmland. Without people like you, we could not have preserved this precious land. Will you help us conserve more farms forever by donating today?
If you join us now, we can preserve and restore threatened farmland in the Puyallup Valley. We can stand behind farmers who use sustainable methods and protect natural resources for future generations. We can invest in the people and places that grow healthy, organic food and strengthen local economies and communities.