Research & Practice

A Growing Need for Accessible Agriculture at Viva Farms

Community Partner: Viva Farms

Collaborated with Viva Farms in Woodinville, Washington to investigate the community’s need for increased accessibility on the farm site with a focus on disability and injury prevention. Through background research, as well as a questionnaire distributed to farmers and students of Viva Farms’ sustainable agriculture and business incubator programs, provided specific recommendations for tools and infrastructure accommodations to improve accessibility, equity, and inclusivity at Viva Farms.

Project Type(s): Undergraduate Capstone

Author(s): Tessa Hignight-Roberts, Zoe Valencia, Laura R. Valle, Naomi von Ruden, Emily Sakaida

Program(s): Food Systems Major

Year: 2021