Spring & Summer food preservation classes from WSU
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Spring & Summer food preservation classes from WSU

Are you ready to can, or freeze or dehydrate all that good spring and summer food?  Need a refresher class?  Or a newbie just starting out?  Want to become a master preserver?  Have extra fish or game to preserve? The WSU extension is offering classes in a wide ranges preserving methods to help.  Take one, … Continue reading

SEED: the Untold Story – Nov 9, 5:30 & 7:30pm, Camas Liberty Theater
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SEED: the Untold Story – Nov 9, 5:30 & 7:30pm, Camas Liberty Theater

SEED: The Untold Story is a feature-length documentary film that follows farmers, scientists and seed collectors working to protect the diversity of 12,000 years of agriculture amidst corporate corruption, the erosion of food democracy, and an impending global food crisis. * ONE NIGHT ONLY – Camas Premiere of SEED: The Untold Story * Two showings … Continue reading

Intro to Urban Foraging – Sep 17, 10am-noon @ Columbia Springs!
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Intro to Urban Foraging – Sep 17, 10am-noon @ Columbia Springs!

Whether you want to survive a zombie apocalypse, or cook healthier, cheaper meals for your family, foraging is a practical skill for all ages. Join plant enthusiast Eve Hanlin for a presentation and guided walk around Columbia Springs to help you identify the many safe, easy and free foods that grow in abundance right within … Continue reading

August 24 Potluck & Meeting @ NOON (not 1pm)
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August 24 Potluck & Meeting @ NOON (not 1pm)

The Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal’s first general meeting at the end of summer is August 24, Wednesday starting at NOON (not the usual 1pm). Please bring a favorite dish to share and your own table service. The Board members will provide beverages and dessert. Thinking about joining the club?  Or maybe you have … Continue reading

Club member Gayle having success w. Globe Artichokes!
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Club member Gayle having success w. Globe Artichokes!

Gayle, one of our club members, is looking forward to having a great summer crop from her surviving Globe Artichoke plant! Several others died that were planted in less sunny, protected areas of her garden.  😦   So,  Gayle shows with this success story, LOCATION is key to growing these! This plant obviously likes its location! … Continue reading

Plant Sale – Tomato Variety List – May 16, 9am-3pm
Food / Past Club Events / Plant Sale

Plant Sale – Tomato Variety List – May 16, 9am-3pm

Here’s a list of the tomato start varieties we’ll be having at our BIG annual Plant Sale May 16th! Most of these varieties are old favorites that produce well in our Pacific Northwest climate like “Oregon Spring” and “Early Girl”, while others are more recently developed varieties, but, also produce well. Some varieties are brand … Continue reading