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Shore Stewards Newsletters

Program Contact: Kendall Carman Master Gardener/Small Farms Coordinator
(360) 427-9670 Ext. 682 • kendall.carman@wsu.edu
July-August-2016-Natural Alternatives to Bulkheads
May- June 2016 – Online Resources

March-April 2016-Shoreline Armoring

January-February 2016-Recreational Boating

December 2015-Creosote Along Our Shoreline
October 2015-Introduction to Streams

April-July 2015- Designing with Nature

January-March 2015- Using Rain Barrel Water on Garden Vegetables

October-December 2014- Water Conservation in the Home
August-September 2014- Composting for the Homeowner
July 2014- Natural Outdoor Cleaning Methods
May 2014- Top Ten Noxious Weeds
April 2014 – Landscaping Septic System Drainfields and Mounds
March 2014 – Harvesting the Rain: Rain Barrels for Garden Irrigation
January/February 2014 – Dig into the New Year

December 2013- Out of Sight But in the Sound
November 2013 – How to Enjoy a Green Holiday
October 2013 – Shoreline Property Winter Checklist
September 2013 – Native Plants Work in a Myriad of Ways
August 2013 – Salmon in the Sound
July 2013 – A New Approach to Stabilizing Your Shoreline
May-June 2013 – What Is a Watershed
April 2013 – Ocean Acidification
February-March 2013 – Integrated Pest Management
January 2013 – Resources for Shoreline Landowners

November-December 2012 – Want Healthy Soil – Use Compost
September-October 2012 – Oh, Those (Ob) Noxious Plants
August 2012 – Best Behaviors for the Beach
June-July 2012 – To Catch a Dungeness Crab -The Life Cycle
April-May 2012 – Pruning for Views
February-March 2012 – Five Easy Steps to a Cleaner Puget Sound
January 2012 – Salmon Friendly Gardening Practices

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