Our Work

WA Farming & Agriculture

Through education, funding, advocacy, and resources, we support farmers around Washington State in the adoption and employment of organic, regenerative, and sustainable farming practices.

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Farm Walks

Through on-farm tours and a new podcast series, farmers learn about organic, regenerative, and sustainable production practices and viable business strategies from fellow farmers across Washington. The Farm Walks program is offered in collaboration with Washington State University.

Tilth Conference

The Tilth Conference convenes hundreds of farmers, producers, researchers and food system professionals to connect and learn from one another about sustainable production practices and viable business strategies.

Coalition for Organic and Regenerative Agriculture

WA State Organic & Sustainable Farming Fund

Every year, Tilth Alliance provides grants to farmers seeking financial assistance to support projects that improve the economic viability, social impacts or environmental sustainability of their farm businesses.

Coalition for Organic & Regenerative Agriculture (CORA)

CORA is a new coalition of farmers, organizations, and activists advocating for policies, programs, and resources that support broad adoption of organic, regenerative, and sustainable agricultural practices.

Coalition for Organic and Regenerative Agriculture
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Eat Local First

Eat Local First is a trusted source where consumers can find local farms and identify restaurants, markets and food businesses that purchase from local food producers. For farmers, Eat Local First offers the Washington Food & Farm Finder, a comprehensive database that makes it easy to connect with Washington State consumers.

Farmer E-News

Sign up for Tilth Alliance’s Farmer Enews to receive a monthly roundup of educational opportunities, job openings and resources for Washington farmers directly to your inbox. Check the “WA Farming and Agriculture” interest box.

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