The Methow Conservancy is a non-profit land trust. We work to protect our valley’s unique wildlife habitats, critical riparian areas, native shrub steppes, and working ranch and farmlands from development. We partner with willing landowners and provide incentives to permanently remove development rights from private properties.

We also work directly with local farmers and ranchers, to better understand their needs and find diverse ways to support them. We aim to connect our local producers to new information, existing resources, consumers, and each other.

We started the Methow Grown program because a bright future for our farmers means a community that appreciates what they do and is motivated to support them.  The goal of this online directory is to connect our community more intimately to the people who steward our farmland and raise wholesome food for us.

To learn more about the Methow Conservancy’s diverse programs to support farmers and ranchers, visit us online or contact our Agricultural Coordinator, Alyssa Jumars at alyssa@methowconservancy.org.

MORE RESOURCES FOR FARMERS & RANCHERS, ASPIRING FARMERS, OR FRIENDS OF FARMERS, CAN BE FOUND HERE.