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Washington Harvest Posters

WSDA is pleased to present this set of 21 Washington Harvest posters highlighting terrific Washington-grown fruits and vegetables!

 

Click on each image to view the full-size PDF.  Each image is available for download and is designed to be printed at either 11" x 17" or 2' x 3'.

[See below for acknowledgements and project partners]

WA Harvest Apple Poster WA Harvest Asparagus PosterWA Harvest Broccoli PosterWA Harvest Carrot PosterWA Harvest Cheese PosterWA Harvest Cherry Poster

WA Harvest Corn PosterWA Harvest Cranberry PosterWA Harvest Kale PosterWA Harvest Leek PosterWashington Harvest Milk PosterWA Harvest Pear PosterWA Harvest Peaches PosterWA Harvest Peaches PosterWA Harvest Potatoes PosterWA Harvest Rhubarb PosterWA Harvest Salad Greens PosterWA Harvest Strawberries PosterWA Harvest Summer Squash PosterWA Harvest Tomato PosterWA Harvest Watermelon PosterWA Harvest Winter Squash PosterWA Harvest Yogurt Poster

Acknowledgements:

  • Poster Design by Robyn Ricks
  • Tomato photo courtesy of Stacy Felure at Tonnemaker Farms
  • Bulk potato photo courtesy of Kira Olsen at Olsen Farms
  • Small pea pictures courtesy of Emily Matthiessen, from her collection of photos of Four Elements Farm.

Special thanks to Oregon Department of Education and Oregon Department of Agriculture for sharing their poster files, from which many of the food facts were adapted, and to the following partners who helped us update and add new facts for Washington State:


Apples – Fort Vancouver High School Horticulture Program
Asparagus - Sunnyside School District
Broccoli - Riverview School District
Carrots - Washington Sustainable Food & Farming Network
Cheese - Washington State Dairy Council
Cherries - Othello School District
Cranberries - Olympia School District
Corn - Auburn School District
Kale - Whatcom Farm to School Support Team
Leeks - La Connor School District
Milk - Washington State Dairy Council
Peach - Wahluke School District
Pear - San Juan County Extension
Peas - Lower Columbia School Gardens
Potato - Franklin Pierce School Farm
Rhubarb - Orcas Island School District
Salad Greens - WSU Stevens County Extension
Strawberries – GRuB
Summer Squash - Kent School District
Tomato - Washington Sustainable Food & Farming Network
Winter Squash - Walla Walla Public Schools
Yogurt - Washington State Dairy Council

Asparagus

Sunny School District

Broccoli

Riverview School District

Carrot

Washington Sustainable Food & Farming Network

Corn

Auburn School District

Leeks

La Connor School District

Kale

Whatcom Farm to School Support Team

Peas

Lower Columbia School Gardens

Potato

Franklin Pierce School Farm

Rhubarb

Orcas Island School District

Salad Greens

WSU Stevens County Extension

Summer Squash

Kent School District

Tomato

Washington Sustainable Food & Farming Network

Winter Squash

Walla Walla Public Schools

Apples

Ft. Vancouver High School Horticulture Program

Cherries

Othello School District

Cranberries

Olympia School District

Peach

Wahluke School District

Pear

San Juan County Extension

Last Updated: 3/8/2019