WAGROWN TO FEATURE CLALLAM CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Season 4 of Washington Grown premiers October 1st on Northwest Cable News.  The Olympic Peninsula episode (featuring Clallam CD and Dungeness Bay) is scheduled to air on October 29th.  Click here for more information and episode times.

UPCOMING CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS:

NATURAL LANDSCAPING COURSE
Learn how to design and install a sustainable landscape that will work for you and the environment.

LANDSCAPING WITH NATIVE PLANTS FIELD WORKSHOP
Learn how to identify over 25 native trees and shrubs, as well as their wildlife habitat benefits and how to incorporate them into residential landscapes.

GET YOUR HORSE PROPERTY READY FOR WINTER WORKSHOP
Learn how to prep your horse farm for the upcoming winter months.

Click here for more details on these workshops and registration information. These workshops are extremely popular, so be sure to register early!
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PIC public meeting

Clallam County Environmental Health will provide an update on the Pollution Identification and Correction (PIC) pilot project currently underway near Dungeness Bay.  The goal of this project is to identify and correct sources of bacteria pollution within the Golden Sands slough and Meadowbrook Creek and slough.

The meeting will include a summary of results from water quality sampling that has occurred throughout the project area.  The Clallam Conservation District will also share information about our cost-share program for replacing failing septic systems and future clean-up activities.  Click here for more information on the PIC project.

WHEN:    Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016 from 6:00 to 7:30PM
WHERE:  Old Dungeness Schoolhouse (2781 Towne Rd., Sequim)

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HAY & SOIL PROBES NOW AVAILABLE FOR CHECK-OUT

Clallam County residents can now borrow our hay and soil probes.  See our Soil Testing page for details.