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WSU Extension

Jefferson County

eelgrass protection

jeffersronmrc.org

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oysters in disco bay

habitat expanded

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yard&garden series

january/february2015

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food & farm

our new guide is out!

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twin vista ranch

A Gift to WSU

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Extension's Role

water resource sustainability

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plant clinic 1 - 4

mondays thru september

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wsu gourmet dinner

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kiwi“Growing Kiwi on the Olympic Peninsula” TODAY!! at NOON

Join us for the WSU Master Gardeners free brown bag garden lecture today.

The “Port Townsend Kiwi Man”, Dennis Schultz, will be discussing kiwi varieties, care, feeding, pruning and harvesting. Dennis has been selling kiwis every fall at a number of Seattle farmers markets since 1997. His kiwi plants are a Siberian variety of fruit with smooth, green edible skins.

Bring your friends and your lunch. This lecture is open to everyone. Questions and sharing personal kiwi growing advice are encouraged throughout the lecture.


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Laura LewisWe have only 2 seats left for the “Food for Thought” dinner on Sept. 26th hosted by the WSU Jeff. Co. Staff! Join us for an evening of fun with a menu made exclusively from local ingredients, wine and cider, and including a talk by Dr. Laura Lewis. Deadline for dinner reservations is Sept. 17th by 5pm!

Hurry and call 379-5610 x 200 to find out more!


bildeProject aims to increase Olympia Oysters with habitat installed at Discovery Bay

Opening bags of oyster shell to spread on tidal flats at Discovery Bay, these volunteers have created a new half acre of native Olympia Oyster habitat at the sound end of Discovery Bay.

CLICK HERE for the article in the Peninsula Daily News


380 JeffersonwsuWe are located in the Cupola House in Point Hudson

380 Jefferson Street, Port Townsend, WA 98368

HOURS 9:30am – 4:30pm, M – Th

We are CLOSED FRIDAYS/SATURDAYS/SUNDAYS

360.379.5610 x 200
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