We break down city limits. Define beauty on our own terms — glaciers and mud, farmlands and factories, hot shops and sweat. We declare ourselves artists and explorers, builders and rebuilders, daily makers and lifelong learners. We glory in our sore feet and clasp our calloused hands. We grow greater than any shadow cast. We dance in the rain, run through the trees, and cherish the sun. We rise up and brush off the sawdust. We ascend from sea level to summit.
acres of land devoted to agriculture per 1,000 people
height (in feet) of Mt. Rainier
people attending the Washington State Fair in Puyallup