Networking

Here at Pine Stump Farms we are working on some, for us, important philosophical goals. A few of them are outlined below by the organizations we are either members of or participate in. We hope you find them as stimulating and worthwhile as we do, and we invite you to join them and learn, as we have.


Slow Food is  an international organization  that promotes eating local, fresh foods and  we have a local chapter that we began in 2012.

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Washington Agriculture & Forestry Education Foundation (WAFEF) is dedicated to training leaders for healthy farms, forests, and communities.

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Conservation Districts’ goal is to increase knowledge about natural resources and best practices utilization of them as well.

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As an outgrowth of Tilth, “The Network” focuses on statewide policy and legislation issues that enhance best practices And sustainability for the environment.

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Sponsors connections between farmers and people wanting to travel and learn about new farming practices. Enables people to learn first-hand about organic growing techniques.

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Promotes regulations that ensure tree farming as a viable living, educational activities to improve forest stewardship and stress importance of family tree farms.

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Tilth Producers of Washington works through education, networking and research to promote ecologically sound, economically viable, and socially equitable farming practices that improve the health of our communities and natural environment.

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If you are interested in more information about these tremendous resources and opportunities to make a difference, we encourage you to link to their sites. Happy Networking!