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Washington State University Extension

The Community Health and Nutrition Program

Program Contact: Danielle Carson
360-406-1581 •

Our Community Health Program is supported by Washington SNAP-Ed, Clallam County and the Washington State Department of Agriculture.

Learn more about SNAP Ed in Clallam County Here


This is a comprehensive and up-to-date document listing all the community food resources available to anyone in Clallam County.


Local farmers markets are a great place to find healthy food options while also supporting the local economy:
  • Port Angeles Farmers Market: Located in the Gateway Transit Center near the foot of N Lincoln Street at E Front Street in downtown Port Angeles, every Saturday year-round, 10am – 2pm.
  • Sequim Farmers Market:  Located on the Civic Center Plaza at the corner of N Sequim Avenue and W Cedar St, every Saturday from May through October, 9am – 3pm.

Little Free Pantries Program

More information coming soon!

Great nutrition is a key to sustaining a healthy lifestyle.

WSU Clallam County Extension provides a variety of ways for the community to gain reliable research-based nutrition, food preservation, and food safety information.

Learn more about WA SNAP-ED

Our Community Health Team

Danielle Carson
Community Health and Food Access Lead

Learn more about Danielle here
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Benji Astrachan
SNAP-Ed Food Access Coordinator

Learn more about Benji here
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Amelia Depue, Farm to School Garden-Based Education Program Coordinator

Learn more about Amelia here

News from WSU Extension Clallam County Community Health