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Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance Our seven Neighborhood Farmers Markets are local, "producer-only" markets. This means we sell only Washington State farm produce and processed foods (no crafts, flea markets or wholesalers). Farm produce includes fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, nuts, honey, dairy products, eggs, poultry, mushrooms, meats, fish, shellfish, cut flowers and nursery stock. Processed foods include jams, preserves, wine, ciders, pickled vegetables, fresh pasta, artisan breads and other baked goods. Everything on the market tables is grown or produced in Washington by the farmer or vendor who is selling.
Urban Farm Hub Urban Farm Hub is a news and information source for urban agriculture and food policy in the Puget Sound region. From national food policy news to urban farming resources to a local events calendar, Urban Farm Hub brings it all together in one place.
Seattle Tilth Association Seattle Tilth inspires and educates people to garden organically, conserve natural resources and support local food systems in order to cultivate a healthy urban environment and community
Seattle Youth Garden Works Seattle Youth Garden Works empowers homeless and under-served youth through garden-based education and employment.We are a market gardening program for youth ages 14-22 in the University District and South Park neighborhoods. Our goals are to connect youth to housing, health care, education, jobs and community
P-Patch Community Gardens The Department of Neighborhoods. P-Patch Program, in conjunction with the not -for- profit P-Patch Trust, provides community garden space for residents of 44 Seattle neighborhoods.
Plant Amnesty Plant Amnesty's mission is to end the senseless torture and mutilation of trees and shrubs.
Permaculture Now Next Generation Permaculture
Lettuce Link Lettuce Link is a creative emergency food and gardening program that meets a very basic community need: We provide fresh organic produce, vegetable seeds, plant starts, organic gardening supplies, assistance and information to low-income people throughout Seattle, helping to prevent malnutrition and connecting people with the resources they need to grow their own nutritious foods. As the cost of organic produce is prohibitive for people struggling to make ends meet; Lettuce Link fills an important role in our community.
Center for Urban Horticulture Sustaining managed to natural ecosystems and the human spirit through plant research, display, and education.
Master Gardeners WSU Extension trains volunteers interested in gardening as horticulture advisors and resource people for home gardeners. During a 68-hour course, trainees learn about plant science, home horticulture, integrated pest management, garden maintenance, plant problem diagnosis, environmentally sound gardening practices, and how to effectively share their knowledge with others.
Bank Savers BankSavers is non profit native plant nursery and also does restoration work and maintenance.