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About Us

Our Purpose

  • We are champions of agricultural opportunity in Western Washington. By cultivating a collaborative environment, we help agriculture flourish and community prosperity to rise.

Our Commitment

  • Engage in internal and external (economic, environmental, regulatory) pressures on agriculture

  • Interact with county, state, and federal legislators and regulators

  • Pest and nutrient management control

  • Network with and support of the agricultural research community

  • Seek out and develop opportunities and technologies for agriculture

Our Newsletters
Learn more about recent WWAA work and news by reading our regular newsletter, the Western Washington Ag Report:

Spring 2024

Winter 2023

Nov/Dec 2022

Sep/Oct 2022

July/Aug 2022

Mar/April 2022

Jan/Feb 2022

Nov/Dec 2021

Sep/Oct 2021

May/June 2021

March/April 2021

January/February 2021

December 2020

November 2020

Our Membership

We build strategy and policy based on the values and priorities of our members. Your input and financial contribution to continue serving farmers in the region are needed and valued. 
If you are a farmer or business that supports farming in Western Washington you need to be a member of WWAA. Join us today

WWAA works on behalf of those that farm the fertile soils of the land west of the Cascade Mountains and Washington’s greater agricultural community. Our organization contributes to members and industry through natural resource policy and science work at county, state, and federal levels. As the pressures and requirements of agriculture evolve, so do our services.

Our non-profit cooperative was created in 1944 by farmers to negotiate and execute their contracts with vegetable processing companies. Although we no longer work on vegetable contract negotiations, our mission remains unchanged. Our primary function is to provide services to the entire agricultural community, and this support now comes in a variety of capacities.​ We build land use policies that protect farmlands and maintain agricultural viability. We also assist landowners and farmers with natural resource stewardship and conservation programs. WWAA works to balance the preservation of farming, farmland, and farmers, with the management of other critical natural and cultural resources. 

WWAA continues to commit time towards vegetable and other crop research, economics and marketing. With the multitude of environmental and political pressures affecting farming, WWAA balances our investment and commitment to most effectively and execute our mission.

Contact Us


2017 Continental Place #6

Mount Vernon, WA 98273

(360) 424-7327


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