United States Farmington

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Joe Becker

About this spot
The town of Farmington is a small farming community in the eastern Palouse area just on the Washington side of the state line with Idaho. The town provides several photographic opportunities including a grain elevator, grain silos, and several interesting buildings.

Farmington is the second smallest incorporated town in Whitman County, Washington. It was first settled in 1871 and officially incorporated in 1888. Lentils, now major crop in the Palouse, were first grown in the region in 1916 on a small farm south of town. Farmington is considered the gateway to McCroskey State Park in Idaho.

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