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Our Work | Food & Nutrition

Welcome to a new video series celebrating the merging of traditional multicultural recipes with local Pacific Northwest foods! The video series is part of our work supporting more than 20 multicultural meal sites throughout the greater Seattle area, providing food safety and nutrition education, as well as support meal...
Press Release

The Giving Grove, a national nonprofit serving food insecure communities, announces today it will expand into Seattle in partnership with Tilth Alliance, a Seattle nonprofit that works in community with Washington farmers, gardeners and eaters to build a sustainable, healthy and equitable food future. 
Our Work

As the main growing season draws to a close and the gardens are transforming for the cooler months, it feels like an appropriate time to pause and appreciate all of the work that volunteers for Tilth Alliance have put into the gardens, farm, and wetlands this year. We are...
News

WSU soil science researcher and organic advocate to join growing statewide program Tilth Alliance announced this month that Nathan Stacey has been hired as Farm Program Director for its statewide program supporting farmers in the adoption and employment of organic, regenerative, and sustainable farming practices. An experienced researcher, educator...
Press Release

WASHINGTON STATE, July 20, 2020 – A new Eat Local First Washington Directory helps to connect Washington State residents with local farms and farmers markets in one place. The Eat Local First WA Directory is a project of the Eat Local First Collaborative, a group of food system organizations from around...
Press Release | Our Work

Seattle, WA — Tilth Alliance announced today that Melissa Spear will be the organization’s new Executive Director. Spear currently serves as Executive Director at Common Ground, a center for environmental learning and urban farming in New Haven, Connecticut. She will start her new role at Tilth Alliance the last...
Gardening

By Veralea Swayne, Educator & Garden Coordinator Do you grow lettuce every spring and then get bummed when the plants start to bolt and the leaves get bitter?Good news! There is more life left in that plant — you just need to imagine its use beyond your salad plate. ...
Gardening

By Anthony Reyes Agriculture is about relationships. It involves creating, maintaining and coordinating several relationships, simultaneously, be it farmer to consumer, soil to crop, food to our health and many others. Among the most important and overlooked relationships is that of pollinators and beneficial insects to the agro-ecosystem as...
Gardening

The sun is traveling its winter arc low in the southern sky, and we are urged indoors to connect with the restful rhythm of the season. The garden has been stripped of the summer bounty, revealing spaces which invite us to imagine. While the garden is in sleep mode, we can slow down and prepare. Relish...