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Seattle Tilth Association Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Botanical, Horticultural & Landscape Services, Environment

Mission: Seattle Tilth inspires and educates people to garden organically, conserve natural resources and support local food systems in order to cultivate a healthy urban environment and community.

Programs: Demonstration Gardens, Children's Garden and special events, Natural Lawn & Garden Hotline

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Client Served

Rating: 4

I took the Chickens 101 class and learned a ton about backyard chicken keeping. The class gave me the knowledge and confidence I needed to set up a coop and take care of chickens in my back yard. Now I'm reaping all the benefits!


Client Served

Rating: 5

This is such a wonderful organization! They've helped me make some of my most primary decisions, like where my food comes from. My family is almost completely self sufficient food-wise -- we have a garden, an efficient composting set up, milk goats, laying hens and honey bees. And we're just 2 blocks from Green Lake (very urban indeed). We never would have imagined we could do this without the Tilth classes - they were informative and inspiring.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Seattle Tilth is on the move to educate and activate the community in growing its own food here in Seattle and the surrounding community. They provide the best information for what to grow and how to grow it! The urban food movement is growing by leaps and bounds. I like it that their work teaches us how to stop stormwater polllution with safe gardening techniques.


Client Served

Rating: 5

An incredible resource for organic gardeners in Seattle area. I've bought plants, walked the garden, taken classes, used there education resources (my school-age daughter). I bought their Maritime Gardening book. It goes on and on.