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Updates on our work, plus the latest food and farm news — in Washington and beyond.


PCC Farmland Trust’s land-matching program Farm to Farmer expands to Skagit County

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Seattle, Washington | As a farmland conservation organization, PCC Farmland Trust sees farmers as the first line of defense for protecting our region’s soil health for generations to come. Recognizing this idea alongside the land access challenges that our region’s farmers face, the Trust launched Farm to Farmer in 2018, a land-matching…

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2018 Annual Report

Protecting Farms, Supporting Farmers “From launching a land-matching tool for local farmers and continuing to build momentum with the Our Farms, Our Future campaign, to fully subscribing our first-ever impact investment vehicle, I am proud of the innovative ways we have responded to rising land prices across this region.” Read more from our Board President,…

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Staff Spotlight: Tim Tetrault, Operations Manager

Tim joined PCC Farmland Trust in 2019, driven by his desire to build systems that help people and their environments flourish. Bringing nearly a decade of non-profit administration experience to his role as Operations Manager, Tim keeps the trains running at the Trust by providing direct support to the Executive Director and Board, and assisting…

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Help protect the Stillaguamish Valley

At PCC Farmland Trust, we believe that healthy farms make healthy communities. Well-managed farmland promotes soil health, water conservation, habitat protection, and climate resiliency. It produces healthy food, keeps rural economies thriving, and connects us to the natural world. This couldn’t be more true in the Stillaguamish Valley. Nested along the foothills of the Cascade Mountains,…

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Meet Melissa Campbell, our new Executive Director

Effective February 1, 2019, the PCC Farmland Trust board selected Melissa Campbell to be the next executive director of PCC Farmland Trust. Melissa joined PCC Farmland Trust in 2008, bringing a deep knowledge of natural resource conservation and land access barriers in the Puget Sound region. She began her tenure at the Trust by building its…

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Announcing our next Executive Director

Dear Friends, On behalf of the PCC Farmland Trust board, I am pleased to share that we have selected Melissa Campbell to be the next executive director of PCC Farmland Trust effective February 1, 2019. In our search process, the board sought a visionary executive director capable of leading the Trust as we expand the reach…

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