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Skagit Valley Farmworker Housing Trust Advisory Council Adopts New Action Plan

The Skagit Valley Farmworker Housing Trust Advisory Council, a regional advisory council for the Washington State Farmworker Housing Trust,recently adopted their 2010-2015 action plan to address chronic housing issues facing farmworkers in Skagit County. SPF Board member Julie Blazek serves … Continue reading

Bag Rebate Program at The Market at Anacortes Raises Funds to Support SPF’s Mission

When customers bring in a reusable shopping bag to The Market at Anacortes, they may choose to donate their nickel rebate to Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland. According to The Markets LLC, their Anacortes Market has raised more money in the … Continue reading

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Support SPF’s 2010 Challenge Grant through Year-end Giving and Gifts of Membership

A Message from Allen Rozema, SPF Executive Director You make a difference as a member of Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland! With your support, SPF serves as a respected voice for Skagit agriculture – a voice that is strengthened by your … Continue reading

September 25th Harvest Dinner & Auction Features Local Food, Chefs and FUN!

Don’t miss the chance to dine on a delicious dinner of local foods from the Skagit Valley, bid on fantastic auction items, and help protect Skagit agriculture at Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland’s 12th Annual Celebrate Skagit Harvest Dinner & Auction … Continue reading

“A Call for Inspiration” — Participate in Designing the New Gateway to Skagit County Sign

What imagery represents the true essence of Skagit Valley? A 2010 Leadership Skagit team wants your ideas about what makes our valley unique. This Call for Inspiration is open to everyone interested in helping inspire the design of a new … Continue reading

SPF Launches New Crop Identification Signs in Partnership with Eddyline Kayaks and Skagit Farmers Supply

MOUNT VERNON, WA—If you travel through Fir Island and around LaConner this summer, you’ll see more than potatoes, cauliflower and pumpkins sprouting in Skagit Valley’s farm fields. Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland (SPF), in partnership with Eddyline Kayaks and Skagit Farmers … Continue reading

Skagit Valley’s First Talking Field!

SPF is pleased to announce that Skagit County’s first “Talking Field” site is up and operating. This pilot site will be the first of many sites around Skagit Valley. Visit Link