Farmers & Farmland

Farmland PAI Program

Enabling families to build wealth

Supporting generational farming

Preserving and supporting farmland access for the future

The Commission has helped families purchase farmland and equipment since 2009. Now, with the launch of Farm Protection and Affordability Investment (Farm PAI) Program, we are partnering with land trusts across the state to open doors to even more farmers - not just now, but for years to come.

Are you a farmer?

Loans for Beginning Farmers/Ranchers FarmPAI Land Trust Partnership
Farmers can buy land and equipment with lower-cost loans Saves and preserves farmland to open doors for farming families
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Recently Funded Projects

Beaver Valley Farm, Olympic Peninsula
Jefferson County Land Trust
This 39-acre property near Chimacum has a long history of agricultural use for hay, corn, and pasture for cattle.

Valdez Farm, Whidbey Island
Whidbey-Camano Land Trust
Currently managed as pasture and hayfields, with areas of wildlife habitat, this 156-acre property was at risk for development in this high-cost area but is now preserved.


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