Northwest Association of Environmental Professionals

Lunch & Learn (Seattle): Protecting Farmland in Our Region

  • Wednesday, February 15, 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Seattle (Sustainable Path, Holyoke Building, 107 Spring St., Seattle)


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Sustainable Path and NWAEP Lunch & Learn Event:

Protecting Farmland in Our Region

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at Noon

NWAEP is partnering with Sustainable Path to bring you this exciting lunch and learn opportunity!

King County has historically been a productive agricultural region with dairies, livestock operations, crop farms and berry fields. Rich agricultural areas once supported hundreds of families and provided an abundant local food source for thousands. Increased land prices, regulations, urban pressures, and drainage problems have all significantly contributed to the reduction of farmland in King County; however, farming is still a vital presence. (Source: King County Agriculture Program website)

Bring your lunch and learn about the work being done to preserve and protect farmland in our region.

Coffee and tea provided.


Melissa Campbell, Assistant Director, PCC Farmland Trust: Conservation Program and Habitat Restoration Grants to Farmer

Josh Monaghan, Director of Food and Farm Programs, King County Conservation District

Leif Fixen, Conservation Program Manager, American Farmland Trust

Holyoke We Work Building
107 Spring St., Seattle (entrance on Spring St.)

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