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Good Food Resilience virtual workshops

Good Food Resilience is a series of three virtual workshops to provide meaningful peer-learning and partnership building opportunities across the Puget Sound regional food system in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

These workshops will spotlight new models and programs that food businesses, community members, organizations have developed to address the negative impacts of the pandemic. We’ll identify opportunities for collaboration and contribution to support their work and explore how to build a more resilient, sustainable, and just local food economy going forward.

Learn more about the series.

A Listening Session: How Can We Support Local Restaurants Now?
Tuesday, 10/27/20; 10am-11:30am
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Farm to Food Assistance: Meeting Community Needs Long-Term
Thursday, 11/12/20, 10am-11:30am
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New Markets & Emerging Models: How to Get Locally Produced Food to Consumers and How to Fund It
12/8/20; 10am-11:30am
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Tilth Conference 2020

This year's Tilth Conference will be held virtually November 9-10. The deadline to register is Sunday, Nov. 1.

This year's conference will be completely virtual. All of our keynote speeches, sessions, networking activities and trade show booths will be held online through a platform called Hopin. To learn more about how the platform is set up, including how you can attend sessions and chat with other attendees, watch this 2-minute video about the Hopin conference platform.

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2020 Farm Guide Listings

Now in its 18th year, Tilth Alliance’s Farm Guide is a year-round companion to what’s fresh, local, and in-season from producers around Washington State. If you want to market directly to new customers and value-driven consumers, the Farm Guide connects eaters directly to the farms and producers who grow good food, as well as farmers markets, retailers, restaurants, distilleries, breweries, wineries, and community organizations who make sourcing local and sustainable a priority.