The “Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal” did not have a Plant Sale May 2020. 😦 But, we wish to thank “One Earth Botanical” for their generous donation of 10% of their sales over 2 weekends to the Garden Club! Thank you all those who patronize One Earth Botanical, too. 🙂 We hope we’ll be … Continue reading
Category Archives: Community Service
Roses & Flowers at Camas/Washougal Municipal Court
Did you know that members of the “Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal” help tend the many flowers and plants at the Camas/Washougal Municipal Court house grounds? The flowers have been “put to bed” for the winter now, but, come spring, they’ll burst into color again! The Court building can be found just next door … Continue reading
3500+ Daffodils popping up at Washougal Waterfront Park!
The 3500+ DAFFODIL bulbs planted by the “Community Garden Club Camas Washougal” the last two years are coming up in the Washougal Waterfront Park! The trail and park are lovely to visit ANY time of year with stupendous views of Mt. Hood and the Columbia River with broad flat paved trails for walking or rolling … Continue reading
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Grant Program Recipients!
The Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal is very pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017-2018 Grant Program. This year, five different projects within the Camas and Washougal school districts were awarded funding. We applaud the innovative and creative projects the extended learning coordinator, green team sponsor, teachers and librarians created for the students … Continue reading
Hint #1: Check out WSU Extension
If you’re new to the Clark County, Washington, USA area, you might not know “where to start”. Here is just one of our suggestions for you. The Washington State University Extension of Clark County offers programs, classes and training in a huge variety of areas way beyond (but still including) farming and agriculture ! Just … Continue reading
Camas and Washougal District 2015-2016 Grant Recipients Announced!
This year, the Garden Club began a new grant program available to all teachers and staff within the Camas and Washougal school districts. The grant program’s purpose is to promote knowledge and love of gardening as well as to encourage responsible stewardship of the environment among students. Gayle Cooper, teacher at Skyridge Middle School. The … Continue reading
Feb 24 – IPM: Integrated Pest Management – summary & pointers
Please find a pointer to the a set of useful references given out by Cindy Withrow at the February 24, 2016 Garden Club’s presentation on IPM – Integrated Pest Management: IPM_Alternative _handout Also, a review of Cindy Withrow’s presentation is included below, thanks to L.F. for her notes! February 24 Guest Speaker was Cindy Withrow, … Continue reading