Incentives

Ways to help you lower your carbon "food"print, while eating healthy food affordably. More incentives and rebates covering all environmental areas here

Be sure to check out all the City's grants and funding opportunities page, as well as what's listed below.

At Home

Supporting great community focused climate action ideas in the categories of energy, waste, transportation, and food.
Fresh Bucks makes healthy fruits and vegetables easier to afford by matching SNAP/EBT (food stamps) benefits dollar-for-dollar up to $10 at all participating farmers market locations in Seattle and King County.

At Work

In Your Community

The P-Patch Community Gardening program stewards 34 acres of green space around Seattle, including food production and community space. In addition to growing food for over 6,800 P-Patch gardeners, many P-Patch community gardens include public orchards, gathering areas, or places for kids to play. In addition to feeding their families from their harvests, P-Patch gardeners donated over 39,000 pounds of produce to local food banks and hosted 29 school and youth garden plots.
Supporting great community focused climate action ideas in the categories of energy, waste, transportation, and food.