The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

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News from The Wahkiakum County Community Garden

Brrrr, lately it has been hard to remember that it is Spring Plant Sale Time, but the Wahkiakum Community Garden volunteers have been working diligently to prepare for the 2022 growing season. We are planning for our Annual Plant Sale in May. We...

 

April Happenings in the Wahkiakum Community Garden

April is a busy month at the Community Garden. We have been pulling the overwintered weeds, cleaning pathways, rototilling the plots, filling raised beds with new soil, liming the plots, and generally sprucing up the whole garden. The raspberry...

 

Work party planned to clean up community garden

The Wahkiakum Community Garden is revving up for a new Garden Season so get your plot request in! To paraphrase an old Burma Shave sign: “SPRING has SPRUNG THE WEEDS ARE RIZ WHERE LAST YEAR'S GARDEN IZ” The gardening catalogs have been received...

 

Wahkiakum Community Senior Center News

The next book club gathering will be held Friday, February 12 at 11 a.m. in the Wahkiakum Community Senior Center, 101 Main Street in Cathlamet. We each bring a brown bag lunch. This month’s book is The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Amazon.com books...

 

Wahkiakum Community Garden Update for 2015

The gardening season is now over. Our local Community Garden is into clean-up mode, and we are putting the garden to bed for the winter. The garden gang thanks all the gardeners, volunteers, and contributors for their help and support. This year the...

 

Beginning of the Season Gardening in the Wahkiakum Community Garden

The Community Garden is waking from its winter slumber with a work party on April 18th, Saturday from 9 a.m. to whenever we are worn out. Already some onions (yummy Walla Walla) have been planted in the section grown for the donation to local food ba...

 

End of the season at the community garden

Seven to 10 hardy gardeners regularly brave the cold Wednesday mornings to work on putting the Community Garden in Erickson Park on Columbia Street in Cathlamet to bed for the winter. These workers, some who garden a plot of their own and some who...

 
 By Joyce Orr    News    June 5, 2008

WSU Master Gardeners Corner

Hmmm. Can’t remember when you transplanted those tomatoes outside or how early you planted those yummy peas? If only you had kept a garden journal you would have all that information at hand. Several garden journals are available in bookstores. In...

 

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