American Farmland Trust president to speak in Mount Vernon

American Farmland Trust President John Piotti plans to give a talk about farmland protection at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Washington State University Mount Vernon as part of its No Farms No Food Speaker Series.

Chad Kruger, director of the WSU Mount Vernon Northwest Washington Research & Extension Center, will introduce Piotti, who will also take questions from the audience. The event is in the Sakuma Auditorium at the research center at 16650 Highway 536, Mount Vernon.

For more information about the event or American Farmland Trust, please contact Lisa Bertelson at lbertelson@farmland.org.

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