Linking local farmers with people in need of healthy food

Farms for Life helps local farmers yield more from their crops by paying for "surplus" produce, which often goes unharvested due to resource constraints. By supporting our local farms, we are all helping to protect precious farmlands in our own community.

King County has more than 12,000 acres of farmland reserved under the Farmland Preservation Program. Did you know that just ten acres of rich valley soil can produce six tons of produce a year? Farms for Life helps get this food to under-served people in our community, while helping local farmers stay in business.


Read more about Farms For Life in this article in the Woodinville Weekly.

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One acre of fertile farmland can produce more than 100,000 heads of lettuce per year.