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Feb08

Washington Potato Growers Care

Washington Potato Growers Care

Agriculture is a major industry in the Evergreen State, and the potato industry alone creates 36,000 jobs throughout Washington while contributing $7.4 billion dollars to the state’s economy. Washington Potato Growers on average raise 170,000 acres of potatoes annually, on soil supporting the nation’s highest per-acre potato yields, which are 44% higher than the U.S. average.

Jan10

Potatoes Around the World

Potatoes Around the World

Potatoes are such a versatile food, we can bake, boil, sauté, fry and do so much more with them. Regardless of where you are in the world, more than likely you will be able to find a food that contains potatoes in one form or another.

Jan04

Farming Families

Farming Families

No matter who you are, there is almost always some sort of experience that sticks out in your mind from your childhood. Several of my standout memories revolve around agriculture and farming.

Apr10

National Potato Day

National Potato Day

Today is no ordinary day….It is National Potato Day! This day definitely ranks in the top days of the year right with National French Fry day (July 13) and National Potato Chip Day (March 14). Potatoes in all of their forms are one of the most common staples that can be found at any meal on someone’s plate. From baked, to mashed, to fried and more! The ways to prepare and enjoy the world’s favorite vegetable are endless.

Nov16

Wazzu’s Win Over Oregon State Brings 66,000 Pounds of Potatoes to Area Food Banks

The Washington State Cougars win over Oregon State last weekend is bringing 66,000 pounds to food banks in Washington and Oregon.

Jul15

National French Fry Day

National French Fry Day

This week people across the country celebrated National French Fry Day (July 13)

Jun29

Potato Planting

Potato Planting

Potatoes are planted in Washington during the spring. Planting will begin in some areas of the state during early March and will continue throughout April for the majority of fields around the state.

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