HINT #4 – U-Pick farms in our area – what they sell and how to find ’em!
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HINT #4 – U-Pick farms in our area – what they sell and how to find ’em!

(We’re “recycling” a past hint, ’cause its still a good one every summer!) Did you know there are places in Clark County (and in the surrounding the Portland/Vancouver area) where you can pick your own (also called “U-Pick“) fresh fruits and vegetables at the farm yourself? YES! Some farms offer both U-pick or They-pick produce.  … Continue reading

May 12, 9am-4pm, Camas Plant & Garden Fair
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May 12, 9am-4pm, Camas Plant & Garden Fair

Have fun at the 21st Annual Camas Plant & Garden Fair held in beautiful, historic downtown Camas on Saturday, May 12, 2018, 9 AM to 4 PM! Here’s just some of what you’ll find: Plants, herbs, hanging baskets Tools, iron works Wind chimes, art Kid zone Gardening experts Food vendors AND MORE! Want more info? Website:  http://cwplantfair.org/  and … Continue reading

Hint #1: Check out WSU Extension
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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

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