Washington State University Jefferson County Extension supports a vibrant and visionary food and farming sector in Jefferson County.
Our county-based educators leverage the broad resources of a major university to resolve issues and create a positive future for the residents of Jefferson County.
Our local food and farming programs have supported successful development of:
- Organic farming practices that build healthy environments for humans and animals
- Value-added food products
- Port Townsend Farmer’s Market: Open until late December
- Chimacum Farmer’s Market: Open until late December
- Integrated Pest Management minimizing the use of pesticides
- Salmon friendly farming
- Conservation of working lands, including farms, forests and historical vistas and locations
Kellie Henwood, Small Farms Coordinator email@example.com
SOIL SAMPLING ~ Available for $35.00 through Jefferson County Conservation District in Port Hadlock 385-4105 or stop in during working hours, 205 West Patison, in Port Hadlock, right off Rhody Drive. http://www.jeffersoncd.org/
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WSU Extension Regional Small Farms Program offers a free newsletter. Subscribe and keep up to date about agricultural programming, local and regional events/workshops, farm resources, job opportunities and more!
To subscribe, email your first and last name and the county you reside in to Kellie at firstname.lastname@example.org.