Author: Bev Postman

Preserve The Taste Of Summer: Online Lessons in Food Preservation and Food Safety

Washington State University Extension is continuing their food preservation program called PRESERVE THE TASTE OF SUMMER. It is a series of eight online lessons for the in-home consumer who wants to learn about food preservation and food safety. It is designed for beginning canners and also veteran canners who want to update their knowledge and skills. The lessons provide the most current USDA approved food preservation recommendations.

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Visions of Paradise Garden Tour: Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties Host Annual Garden Tour

Saturday, July 15th, 10am to 4pm, Menlo & North River area in Pacific County (outside of Raymond area). $12 tickets can be purchased at the following locations: Aberdeen: Marshall’s Garden & Pet; Hoquiam: Harbor Drug & Gifts; Montesano: Valu Drug

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Kiwanis Community Garden Work Parties – Growing Food For The Community

Kiwanis grows organic vegetables for the Thurston County Food Bank. There are ongoing activities from now thru fall. For a list of activities and locations, follow them on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/OlympiaKiwanisFoodBankGarden Saturday, May 27 West Side, 9 AM to Noon,

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FREE: Learn To Identify Pollinators: “A Citizen Science Guide to Wild Bees and Floral Visitors in Western WA”

New Publication- A Citizen Science Guide to Wild Bees and Floral Visitors in Western WA. This 17-page new WSU manual “acts as an introductory document for those who would like to understand wild bee biodiversity and contribute to conservation through

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Native Plant Salvage Plant Walks in Spring and Summer

Join the Native Plant Salvage for a series of informational Plant Walks, this spring and summer.  Beginning April 20th, Plant Walks will be held on the first and third Thursday of every month, from 6pm to 7pm. These walks are

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