NOTE: Please review each individual program whether in-person or virtual. May 5th, 2021 PROGRAM info below!
UPCOMING PROGRAM SCHEDULE: ; May 5th, IN-PERSON, Meet Your Local Farmer and Learn about CSA’s; June 2nd, VIRTUAL, Goats and the Hawthorn Farm Herd.
Sammamish Valley Grange community programs are the first Wednesday of the month beginning at 7 p.m (with a few exceptions). Members and guests come together to share local, regional, State and National Grange information and to discuss and review current issues of importance to the local organization. Programs are FREE, open to the public and all ages welcome!
Meet Your Local Farmer and Learn about CSA’s
Join us for the Wednesday, May 5th, Sammamish Valley Grange program as we look forward to gathering again in-person to “Meet Your Local Farmer and Learn About CSA’s.” Note new start time: 6 to 8 p.m., farmers will ‘meet and greet’ community members outdoors at the Grange Hall in Woodinville, wearing masks and within social distancing guidelines.
Discover what’s new in our Sammamish Valley farming community, enjoy tastes of the spring harvest, and learn about each participating farm’s CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) membership programs and subscription options.
We look forward to gathering in-person again and welcome everyone to attend the program as we continue our Community Education series. The Sammamish Valley Grange Hall is located at 14654 148th Ave. NE in Woodinville, WA. Please click here to RSVP. Registration is encouraged for this free program to allow advance planning for our farmers.
In working to improve the rural nature of the Sammamish Valley, the Grange shares its mission through educational outreach and neighborly engagement. Membership in the Grange is open to the public. For more information, please e-mail email@example.com.
Check each programs whether currently offered in-person or virtually on Zoom. In working to improve the rural nature of the Sammamish Valley, the Grange shares its mission through educational outreach and neighborly engagement. Membership in the Grange is open to the public. For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past programs include:
- Recycled Water Project in the Sammamish Valley, April 2021
- Spring Farmers Roundtable–Working Together Collectively.
- An Introduction to the 5 R’s of Sustainable Living – A Focus on Recycling, February 2021
- Fourth Annual Farmers Roundtable, November 2020
- Partnering for Environmental Stewardship, October 2020
- Native Pollinators: Garden and Habitat Restoration, September 2020
- Greenhouse 101 with Andrew and Antoine/Regeneration Farm, February 2020
- Farmers RoundTable (third annual), November 2019
- City of Woodinville Candidate Town Hall, October 2019
- Screening, Modified the Film; May, 2019
- Herbs are People’s Medicine with Eaglesong Gardener; October 2019
- Backyard Chickens and Fowl 101; September 2019
- Grange Annual Picnic, July 2019
- The Falconer, June 2019
- Modified, the Film; May 2019
- BEEvesting in our Community (Mason Bee distribution); April 2019
- Farm Bill Impacts Sammamish Valley, Regional Agriculture and Local Food Systems; March 2019
- Fossil Free King County; February 2019
- Farmers RoundTable (second annual); November 2018
- Sammamish Valley Heritage; October, 2018
- Fall Pruning; September 2018
- The Falconer and his Birds of Prey; June 2018
- Drip Irrigation and Rain Harvesting; May 2018
- Woodinville Arts Alliance Info Night; March 2018
- Ready, Set, Grow; February 2018
- Fix-It, Don’t Pitch It Clinic; April 2018
- Master Gardeners; February 2018
- The Next Generation of Farmers; November 2017
- Juice the Harvest; October 2017
- Home and Backyard Composting; September 2017
- King County 4-H; June 2017
- Soil, an Unsanitary Place to Plant Seeds! Dr. R. James Cook; May 2017
- Rainwater to Wastewater; April, 2017
- Farmland Sustainability in the Sammm. Valley; March 2017
- Exploring Local Scholarships; February 2017
- Quilting and Sewing for Charity; November 2016
- Food Banks and Gleaning, Don Morgan; October 2016
- All Things Apples, Tom Quigley; September 2016
- How I Came to Be a Farmer, Lila Chapman; March 2016
- Bees 101, Rebecca Reid; February 2016