Each of our Local Chefs for Local Farms events features a spectacular 4-course dinner prepared by a Seattle-area premier chef. Maria Hines of Tilth Restaurant, a PCC Farmland Trust Board member, founded the Local Chefs for Local Farms series in order to raise awareness and funds for farmland preservation. Along with an exclusive menu that emphasizes local ingredients, each dinner includes wine pairings, and a panel discussion with a farmer, Trust staff, and host chef.

Local Chefs for Local Farms seeks to deepen the connection between consumers and the source of their food and illuminate the benefits and challenges–social, economic and physical–of eating and growing local food. Reservations are required. Please see event invitation or registration for specific registration details.

Local 360June 2nd – Local 360

Join us for a special spin off– Local Wines for Local Farms. Our long-time supporters at Powers Winery are releasing the latest vintages of the wines that support farmland conservation. Be the first to taste them and enjoy¬†hors d’oeuvres, conversation, great company, and of course, wine!

Tickets are $30 | Space is limited.


March 11th – Tilth

Join us where Local Chefs for Local Farms began: Tilth Restaurant.  Our longtime friend, board member, and creator of the series, Chef Maria Hines, will host another deliciously local evening.


Joule Restaurant
January 26th – Joule

Join PCC Farmland Trust on January 26th for a seasonal 4-course dinner with wine pairings at Joule, where we’ll enjoy a locally-inspired, modern-Korean feast.




“We love the Local Chefs for Local Farms events! The food and company are always wonderful, but the best part is how each meal brings the connection between farm, chef, and eater vibrantly to life.” -Jeff & Erika Rice Scherpelz