Resources & Education
A Washington State information Resource for value-added agriculture

The Commission provides available resources that support growers of Washington Potatoes in their efforts to broaden their understanding of the critical opportunities, practices, and challenges affecting potato production.

Watch WSU Potato DAS Presentation 


Potato Varieties


Potatoes 101


The Spud Syllabus - All about fresh Washington Potatoes

Silabo sobree Papas: todo sobre las patatas frescas de Washington


GAP & Research

  • WSPC Guide for Audit Checklist
  • Model Standard Operating Practices
  • USDA GAP Audit Checklist
  • WSDA Sample Forms & Logs
  • Instructional Materials

Food & Farm Worker Health & Hygiene

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Spanish Version:

WSPC Guide for Audit Checklist

WSPC Guide for Audit Checklist

USDA GAP Audit Checklist

USDA GAP Audit Checklist

WSPC Sample Forms and Logs for Site

WSPC Sample Forms and Logs


Farm Safety Education

Below is a collection of websites that provide farm safety videos and other educational resources. Employers should log and file names of employees viewing safety videos or any training conducted, dates they were viewed or trained, and video title or website used with the employee signature.

Farm Safety sites in English and Spanish


This website features a large collection of public domain government videos.  Use the search feature to find farm safety videos in English and Spanish.

Other Farm Safety Resources

Agriculture (

This website from the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries has links to rules and regulations regarding farm safety, and links to training resources.

Washington State Heat Rules and Resources

Be Heat Smart (

This Washington State Department of Labor & Industries website has links to heat exposure rules and requirements, training, resources and a question and answers section, and other worker safety links. Be sure to review the document entitled Outdoor Heat Safety Plan HRIAPPAddendum.doc ( in the Training & Resources section for your written safety plan