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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  

Spring 2010 News Bulletin

The Spring 2010 News Bulletin is now available! Visit Link

Barnard Griffin Winery Supports Charity Tie-in with Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland –Wine with Tulips on the Label Welcomes 2010 Skagit Valley Tulip Season

RICHLAND, WA:  Famously known for the bed of tulips graphic on its labels, Barnard Griffin wines has produced retail point-of-purchase materials to be displayed at select wine retailers in Whatcom and Skagit counties of Washington state in support of Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland (SPF). This area is … Continue reading

Governor Signs Agricultural Scenic Corridor Bill

On Wednesday, March 10, Gov. Christine Gregoire signed a bill establishing an Agricultural Scenic Corridor from Starbird Road through Bow Hill Road on Interstate 5. The bill, which was passed unanimously by the Senate and House, now sets the stage … Continue reading

Winter 2010 Bulletin

Check out our Winter 2010 Bulletin! Remember to call your State Representative and ask them to vote YES on SB 6211. Visit Link

Agricultural Scenic Corridor Legislation Passes the Senate

The Washington State Senate unanimously passed SB 6211 on Friday, February 5th. We now need your help to call your State Representative to ask them to support and vote YES on SB 6211. View Link

SPF Supports Agricultural Scenic Corridor Legislation

Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland is pleased to be working with Senator Mary Margaret Haugen in creating what could become the first designated Agricultural Scenic Corridor in Washington State. Senate Bill 6211 would designate nearly all of Interstate 5 through Skagit … Continue reading