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Farmer Training & Resources

Tilth Alliance offers training, education and resources for farmers.

Tilth Alliance offers training, education and resources for farmers. Learn more about our programs below.

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Farmer Newsletter

Get email updates twice a month about sustainable agriculture around Washington state. Farmer News & Resources newsletters include educational events, jobs, land postings and more!

Sign up for the Farmer Newsletter.

Tilth Conference

Every year, the Tilth Conference brings together hundreds of farmers, producers, researchers and food system professionals to network and learn. This is a great way to meet others in your field, enjoy locally sourced meals and participate in fun evening events.

Learn more about Tilth Conference.

Farm Guide

Tilth Alliance's Farm Guide connects consumers with what’s sustainable, local and in season from farms, farmers markets, retailers, restaurants and specialty food producers. The guide is available online and in print.

Learn more about the Farm Guide.

Farm Walks

Located at farms across Washington, Farm Walks provide farmer-to-farmer education in sustainable agriculture. Farm Walks are offered in partnership with Washington State University. Participants should prepare to spend the day walking outdoors.

Learn more about Farm Walks.

Washington FarmLink

FarmLink connects aspiring farmers with landowners and resources, helping them build and transfer sustainable farming operations. FarmLink helps facilitate the transition of farms to the next generation by connecting people with the necessary resources and technical expertise.

Learn more about FarmLink.

Washington State Organic & Sustainable Farming Fund

Receive financial assistance to support projects that will improve the economic viability, social impacts or environmental sustainability of their farm businesses.

Learn more.

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