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Our Farms

Updates on our protected farms and stories about the farmers who steward them.


Connecting land and farmers

Carefully stewarded farmland nourishes our communities, fuels our economy, and restores our soil, air, and water. Without hard-working hands, farmland isn’t farmland. PCC Farmland Trust has partnered with Washington farmers for nearly 20 years, and we’ve come to understand their unique land access challenges and needs. That’s why today, we are expanding the ways in…

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Farmland Stewardship: Unpacking the Practice

Once we successfully conserve a farm, our work is far from over. To ensure the land we protect thrives into the future, we support our farmer partners in their pursuit of sustainable and organic farming practices through our stewardship program. From annual monitoring to stewardship planning and restoration, this program reflects our commitment not only…

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Join us for Pumpkin Picking and Fall Fun at Bailey Farm!

Didn’t get a chance to join us for the conservation celebration at Bailey Farm this summer? Not to worry! Join in for a free, family-friendly day on the farm while supporting local, sustainable agriculture with PCC Farmland Trust. WHEN: Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM WHERE: Bailey Farm – 12711 Springhetti Rd , Snohomish, WA 98296…

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A history of agriculture in the Snohomish Valley

Long before the days of fall pumpkin festivals and shopping at the Everett Mall, Snohomish Valley was inhabited by a Native Tribe of the same name, or Sdoh-doh-hohbsh, meaning lowland people. The fertile lowlands of the Snohomish Valley provided the Tribe bountiful opportunities for hunting and gathering in the dense forest and along the Snohomish…

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