Fall Gardening Tips for the Pacific NorthWest
Gardening / Plant Thoughts / Things To Do / Weather Alert

Fall Gardening Tips for the Pacific NorthWest

Ah, its finally cooling off after our long and unusually hot and dry summer.  Here are some tips from two of our long time Pacific Northwest garden club members you might find very helpful in your garden.  Watering still needed! Be sure to check the moisture content in the soil around the plants growing in … Continue reading

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Composting with Black Soldier Fly Larvae!
Birds / Composting

Composting with Black Soldier Fly Larvae!

Forget the “ick” factor, these strange looking, slow moving “critters” in your compost bin or compost pile may be doing more work than you realize and they are harmless! “Black Soldier Fly” larvae eat huge amounts of raw material – including  veggies, fat, meat, slaughterhouse remnants – and convert it into compost.  They are voracious … Continue reading

Review of the Steven Clark on “The Ecology of Bats” – Oct 28 @ 1pm Meeting
Guest Speaker / Monthly Meeting / Past Club Events / Wildlife

Review of the Steven Clark on “The Ecology of Bats” – Oct 28 @ 1pm Meeting

(Skip to bottom for a review of this fun presentation!) Just in time for Halloween, our October guest speaker will be Steven Clark, biology professor at Clark College.  He will cover bat biology, our local bats, bats and plants (gardens) and how to help bats choose your yard.  Should be a fun topic and great … Continue reading