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Washington Grown Magazine
We've been working hard behind the scenes, and we're thrilled to share with you the Washington Grown magazine! This free publication is filled with articles, interviews, and delicious recipes from our show.
This special project would not be possible without the Washington State Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Grant program, through a partnership with the state's farmers. A big thank you to them for helping us to make this amazing publication filled with incredible content.
Family Farm Stats
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Over 300 Stats
Washington agricultural state.
The Evergreen State produces some 300 commercial crops.
Department of Agriculture
valued at $7.9 billion to Washington farmers and ranchers.
Lon Inaba is part of a third generation of family farmers working the rich soil of the Yakima Valley. The Inaba’s started farming in 1907 when Shukichi Inaba immigrated from Japan, bringing along with him Japanese techniques. Today, Inaba Produce has grown to own 1200 acres of land but many of its sustainable practices can be traced back to their beginning. They have maintained a commitment to their surrounding community by diversifying their crops, allowing them to hire local workers nearly year round.