SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
A Special Board Meeting for the purpose of approving a request for exceptions to Irrigation Efficiencies Program project hold-downs for the Sequim Prairie-Tri Irrigation Association Independent Pipeline Project will be held on Friday, March 24th at 1:00PM at the Adagio Bean & Leaf, 981 E. Washington St., Sequim, WA.
SPRING SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPING CLASSES
April 11th - 29th - Natural Landscaping Course
Learn how to design and install a sustainable landscape that will work for you and the environment. Following Permaculture design principles, you will learn how to evaluate the unique site conditions of your property, prepare a landscape plan suited to those conditions, and develop an implementation strategy. Click here for details and registration info.
April 22nd - Landscaping with Native Plants Field Workshop
Learn to identify over 25 native trees and shrubs and how to incorporate them into your landscape while hiking 2 miles of trails near the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge. Click here for details and registration info.
SPRING HORSE & LIVESTOCK WORKSHOPS
May 8th - Freedom Farm Tour in Agnew
Learn about Freedom Farm's "natural" approach to keeping horses happy, healthy, and sound. Click here for details and registration info.
May 31st - Pasture & Weed Talk in Forks
Join the Conservation District and Clallam County Noxious Weeds Coordinator,m Cathy Lucero, to learn how to identify and control noxious and poisonous weeds in pastures and hayfields, deal with wet pastures, improve forage production, and practice rotational grazing. Click here for details and registration info.
Sequim-area resident Robert Beebe has been re-elected to the Clallam Coinservation District board of supervisors. Beebe was the only candidate to file for the office.
According to state conservation district elections rules, if the incumbent is the only eligible candidate to file for the position, no election is required. Polling, which had been scheduled for March 14, will therefore not be conducted.
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.