78th Street Heritage Farm
The Heritage Farm consists of 79 acres adjacent to residential areas, along the south side of Northeast 78th Street just west of Northeast 25th Avenue. The site has a long history of farming and agricultural research.
In 2010, Clark County adopted a master plan calling for the farm to be an accessible agricultural, educational and recreational community-based asset that will reflect the area's history and provide a healthy and sustainable environment.
Clark County Parks took over administration of the farm in May 2016.
WSU Clark County Extension
The WSU Clark County Extension is based at the 78th Street Heritage Farm and operates several programs there, including:
- Agricultural research and education.
- Local agriculture and business development.
- Youth development, including coordination of 4-H Club activities.
- Workshops on food safety and nutrition.
- Food preservation education.
- Health and wellness education.
About the Heritage Farm
The following links provide more information about the 78th Street Heritage Farm:
Read about the farm’s history, going back to 1871.
Visit the website of the nonprofit group that receives and manages funds, donations and endowments for the Heritage Farm.
The Heritage Farm provides 20-by-20-foot rental garden plots.
Learn how the Heritage Farm is producing results for our community.
Read about how the Clark County Food Bank and other groups grow food for hungry families.
Interested in volunteering? Find out what you need to know.
The Heritage Farm is helping at-risk youth.
The only state-certified organic fields in Washington is located at the 78th Street Heritage Farm.
The Heritage Farm provides small-scale farm training to people in Partners in Careers programs.
A listing of different groups associated with the Heritage Farm, as well as how to contact Clark County Parks.
To learn more about the 78th Street Heritage Farm, watch this March 2011 video: