What are Pumpkin Patch proceeds used for?
Starting in 2020, this event became the signature fundraising event for L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity. Proceeds from the event will support your local habitat dedicated to providing affordable habitat homes and home repairs in the Lewis-Clark Valley.
The L-C Valley Pumpkin Patch fundraiser produces a premium quality pumpkin. There are multiple varieties of pumpkins in order to provide you with a wide selection of sizes, shapes and colors.
The farming location is in the upland desert region of New Mexico. It is blessed with high elevation, dry air and limited insect population. These qualities combine to produce a superior product and consistent quantities. The growers also exercise sustainable agricultural practices. They implement crop rotation, varying crops from year to year to limit pest problems, thereby reducing the need for insecticides and herbicides. All pumpkins are non-GMO. These responsible agricultural practices allow us to provide a great product, which has less of an impact on the environment.
Date, Time & Location
The 6th annual Pumpkin Patch, hosted by the L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity, will take place at 1242 Highland Avenue in Clarkston, WA. The patch is open daily from 10am-6pm, October 10th -31st with special weekend events. The patch features over 3,000 pumpkins and gourds of all sizes. There will be youth activities, games, photo opportunities, and more!
For more details and directions, follow us on Facebook, or call 509.758.7396.