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Rhododendrons by Robert Zimmerman of Chimacum Woods

Robert Zimmerman of Chimacum Woods nursery will present on rhododendron growing requirements for our area, types and travel to acquire specimen plants. In person: WSU Classroom, 121 Oak Bay Road, Kively Center Complex, Port Hadlock Via Zoom: register here:

Plants for a Better Planet with Great Plant Picks


Yard & Garden Lecture Series #4 Del Brummet is head gardener and plant propagation manager at the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden in Seattle. He  has a biology degree from the University of Washington where he worked researching plants and their requirements for seed germination. Del will draw on his experience as a regular observer […]

$12 – $60

Ask a Master Gardener @ Jefferson County Library

Jefferson County Library

Note: Master Gardeners need a fresh specimen to make an accurate identification or assessment of the issue. For plant problem diagnosis we require a representative sample that clearly shows the demarcation between un-thrifty and healthy tissue. Pick a fresh plant specimen, put the cut end of the stem in a moist paper towel, and then […]

Attracting Beneficial Insects


Yard & Garden Virtual Lecture Series #5 Susan Mulvihill is the author of The Vegetable Garden Pest Handbook and The Vegetable Garden Problem Solver Handbook, and co-author of The Northwest Gardener’s Handbook. She is the long-time Sunday garden columnist for The Spokesman-Review newspaper in Spokane, and an emeritus Spokane County Master Gardener. Susan will reveal […]

$12 – $60

How Climate Change is Robbing You (and Your Garden) of Nutrients”


Yard & Garden Virtual Lecture Series #6 Muriel Nesbitt is a geneticist, retired biology professor at University of California San Diego, former director of the Clallam County Master Gardener program, a frequent speaker on sustainable growing, and an instructor for Master Gardener intern training. Muriel will start her talk by focusing on Myzus persicae — […]

$12 – $60

Native Pollinators ~ Master Gardener Nita Wester

WSU Jefferson County Extension Classroom 97 Oak Bay Rd, Port Hadlock

Android: Pollinator Plantings: Resources to Perfecting the Process Whether you are interested in adding some native plants to your landscape, creating a wildflower meadow, rethinking your lawn, planning-and-planting for beneficial […]

Spring Pasture Management & Goat Kidding at Bowman Farms

Audience: Farmers, Homesteaders and Producers Only Join farmers Mark and Nancy Bowman of Bowman Farms in Port Angeles for an on-farm tour on April 18th from 1pm – 4pm. Nancy will be sharing their expertise on spring pasture management and goat kidding.  WSU Extension and Clallam Conservation District staff will be onsite offering best management practices […]


Digging For Dinner

Quilcene WDFW Tidelands

THIS PUBLIC EVENT IS FULL - Join the Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee and WA State Department of Fish and Wildlife at 1130am-4pm on Sunday, April 23rd at the Quilcene Bay WDFW Tidelands! Bring the family and learn about the different types of clams, where to find them, how to harvest safely and sustainably, and the basic rules and […]

Director Presentations

WSU Classroom 97 Oak Bay Rd, Port Hadlock

On Wednesday April 26th at 2:30pm, Thursday April 27th at 12:00pm, and April 28th at 12:00pm, community members are invited to attend presentations by the candidates selected for the WSU Jefferson County Extension Director position.  This event is open to the public and no RSVP is required. The presentations will be held at the WSU Jefferson County Extension […]