Washington is rich in local farms and iconic foods. Apples in eastern Washington, Puget Sound oysters and wild Pacific salmon are essential to our Pacific Northwest culture and diets. This Earth Day, get to know where your food comes from with this fun collection of food facts, tips and tricks.
On Earth Day, we celebrate the planet we live on AND the food it provides. We have invited people around the world to step outside and have a Picnic for Earth. Be part of our global picnic phenomenon and sign up your picnic right here. In Washington, you are also invited to join us on Saturday, April 20 for an Earth Day Celebration at Seattle Center’s Fisher Pavilion. We’ll have prizes, activities, musical performances and more family fun.
The Nature Conservancy is working with growers, producers, ranchers and distributors across the state, and around the country, to help make food more sustainable for the health of individuals, communities and the economy. Your support makes these partnerships possible.