Washington FarmLink is the state’s leading program to link aspiring farmers and landowners to resources and each other, helping them build and transfer sustainable farming operations. WA FarmLink works to help facilitate the transition of farms to the next generation by connecting people with the resources and technical expertise necessary to achieve these goals through:
educational workshops and networking events
a comprehensive one-stop resource center
an online farmer/landowner listing service
We are pleased to announce WA FarmLink is a program of Seattle Tilth, resulting from the merger of the former Cascade Harvest Coalition with Seattle Tilth. Read more about the merger here.
We encourage you to contact us to talk about what you are looking to do. Please contact us by calling the FarmLink Program Manager at 206-633-0451, ext 137 or email Sarah Lowry at email@example.com
Do you know of fallow farmland that could be made available to a farmer? Send the landowners our way! If you know of friends, family or neighbors with fallow farmland that could be leased to a farmer, please consider passing on our FarmLink contact information to the owners. We are delighted to talk with landowners to explore if leasing their farmland to a beginning farmer might be a good fit.
View Past FarmLink Workshops Anytime Via Webcast
Looking for a workshop, but don't want to leave home? You can watch past FarmLink workshops online via webcast, recorded in partnership with WSU. You can find workshops on topics ranging from: resources for beginning farmers, alternative farmland purchasing options, land access, ground rules for leasing farmland, and others. Click here to view past workshops