How You Can Support Skagit Valley Farmers

Posted on April 23, 2020
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It’s springtime and Skagit Valley farmers are busy planting crops, milking cows, and tending livestock. 

This month’s issue of The Dirt shows how you can support local farms, farm stands, and Consumer Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs. See the links below.

Sustainable Connections Food Atlas https://eatlocalfirst.org/ 

Puget Sound Food Hub https://pugetsoundfoodhub.com/ 

Other resources for farm stands and CSAs:

https://www.visitskagitvalley.com/farmers-markets-farm-stands-and-u-pick/ 

http://www.slowfoodskagit.org/Slow_Food_Skagit/Farm_Stands.html 

https://localharvest.org

If you are choosing to do some online shopping, did you know you can help preserve Skagit farmland while making online purchases?

By making your Amazon purchase through AmazonSmile and selecting SPF as your supported organization, you get the same prices, same products, same services, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchase to SPF.