This Just In

State Program Allocates Funds For Farmland Protection

Click here to read the article in the Skagit Valley Herald.

Thanks to all who Made our Dinner on the Farm a Success

“Celebrate Skagit ~ Dinner on the Farm” was a huge success, and we are so grateful for the support and generosity of everyone who helped make this event so special. Our deepest thanks to our hosts Taylor Shellfish Farms for … Continue reading

July Dinner on the Farm – SOLD OUT

Celebrate Skagit Dinner On The Farm: Saturday, July 13.  Skagit Valley is noted for some of the best farmland in the world. “Celebrate Skagit – Dinner on the Farm” offers guests an elegant dining experience in a unique agricultural setting. … Continue reading

From wild birds to beet seeds, the Skagit Valley’s riches are being kept safe

Competing interests collaborate to save what’s best for all. By Ron Judd, Pacific NW staff writer THE WAYWARD elk could not have known. A solitary bull, he struck out from the upper Skagit Valley during last fall’s rut, heading west, … Continue reading

Spring Farm Tour – SOLD OUT

Skagit Dinner On The Farm At Taylor Shellfish Farms Featuring Chef Thomas Palmer Saturday, July 13, 2013 The Skagit Valley is noted for some of the best farmland in the world. “Celebrate Skagit – Dinner on the Farm” offers guests … Continue reading

In Memoriam: Remembering Bob Hart

Skagit Valley lost a passionate voice for preserving Skagit farmland with the passing of fourth generation Skagitonian Bob Hart on Sunday, November 4, 2012. Bob served as President of the SPF Board of Directors for the past four years. He … Continue reading

Bring Your Own Bag to Westlake Whole Foods in Seattle & Support SPF!

Whole Foods Market Westlake in Seattle has chosen SPF as the beneficiary of their Bag Refund program through Jan. 30, 2013! For every reusable shopping bag a shopper uses, the store either rebates a dime to the shopper, or they … Continue reading

Learn How to Double the Impact of Your Membership!

We’re making good progress toward our goal to raise $15,000 in matching individual membership gifts this year, thanks to a generous challenge grant from the Lucky 7 Foundation. As we go to press, we have raised more than $6,880 in … Continue reading