Pierce County Farming

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Getting Started Link
Getting Started

Find out what it takes to start farming in Pierce County from regulations, permitting, labor and more.
Growing Your Farm Link
Growing Your Farm

From certification to conservation, learn about available resources & assistance for Farmers.
Business and Marketing Tools Link
Business & Marketing Tools

There are a variety of resources to support small farm businesses.
Agriculture Library Link
Agriculture Library

Collection of planning documents and reports, zoning designations for agricultural lands
and more.
In the Spotlight
Fresh Look at Pierce County Agriculture
Agricultural Resource Lands Study

An independent team led by Barney & Worth, Inc. conducted a study of Pierce County agriculture and the ARL designation process. The final recommendation was proposed as an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan and is currently undergoing review. For more information visit the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Amendments Webpage
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Meet the Farmer: See stories of local farmers in our community!
2016 Farm Tour

From hard cider, to no labor & odd weather…the annual Farm Tour gives Pierce County leaders a hands-on look at trends and challenges for local farmers. Visit Cockrell Cider, Tahoma Farms and Spooner berry and pumpkin farm.

Check out more farmers in Pierce County with our
Meet the Farmer Series

Want to see your farm featured? Email us.
Farming in Pierce County
Pierce County Growing Opportunities
From the small farms that dot the Key Peninsula, to the cattle ranches of Eatonville, to the large row crop farms of the lush Puyallup Valley,
Pierce County has a rich history in agriculture that
continues to this day!