May 30

Let Us Know What You Think About PCC Farmland Trust’s New Project, Farm2Farmer!

Posted on May 30, 2017 at 11:24 AM by Allan Warren

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Farmland isn’t farmland without farmers.
That’s why PCC Farmland Trust is exploring a robust, localized pilot project in Pierce County that will increase opportunities — both online and in person — for farmland seekers and landowners to connect. The program, called Farm2Farmer, combines an online matchmaking forum with in-person engagement opportunities like

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May 30

Forage Plant Establishment, Growth, and Management Practices throughout the Year Summer Stress

Posted on May 30, 2017 at 11:14 AM by Allan Warren

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Summer stress is a time of slow summer growth; grass roots are shedding and are turning colors from white to gray, to brown and black again. For the west side, summer starts in mid to late June, July and August, until the root regeneration cycle starts again.

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May 30

Is Your Farm Salmon-Safe?

Posted on May 30, 2017 at 11:14 AM by Allan Warren

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In addition to growing fresh, healthy, and local food, farmers play a crucial role in the protection of our watersheds and salmon populations. It's this vital importance that lead Stewardship Partners to implement the Salmon-Safe certification program in Washington in 2004 to support landowners who are promoting and practicing sustainable land management to combat environmental degradation.

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