Lending A Hand
Building Strong Families
Feeding The Northwest
Facing The Future
Resources & Support For
Families, & Communities
Farmers, ranchers, and agricultural workers are the backbone of America. They feed us, they take care of the land, they grapple with nature in all its beautiful and occasionally destructive power. But as a farmer or agricultural worker/owner in the modern world, you may face unique hardships, from financial trouble to emotional and physical isolation, substance abuse issues, climate and weather challenges, and more. You don’t have to face these hardships alone.
AgLink NW is a portal you can use to access a wide range of resources tailored to the needs of farmers, farm workers, agricultural communities and their families.
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Browse through the commonly-searched categories below, or go straight to our Search Page to find the help you need. There are numerous government, private, and religious based organizations and programs designed to assist you and support you with whatever problems you face. You don’t have to struggle alone.
Farmers, ranchers and ag workers in the Pacific Northwest face unique stressors that are often beyond their control. AgLink Northwest was developed to help those in the agriculture industry to connect with resources unique to their concerns, livelihoods, and interests. A partnership between Washington State University Skagit County Extension, Oregon State University Extension, Volunteers of America Western Washington, and Washington State Department of Health provides streamlined expertise in the form of an easy to use resource directory.