WASHINGTON, Clallam CD – The Clallam Conservation District and Olympic Peninsula Equestrian Network (OPEN) farrier Joe Marceau will hold a free workshop for horse owners Thursday…During the workshop, conservation staff will provide pasture management tips including rotational grazing, mowing and proper winter care of pastures, as well as […]
WASHINGTON, Clallam CD – Clallam County Environmental Health has set a Pollution Identification and Correction Project update for 5 p.m. Friday, June 8. Members of the public are invited to interact with project partners, hear highlights and water quality results, as well as learn about Conservation District programs […]
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is working with partners through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program to provide financial and technical assistance for landowners and producers wanting to improve water quality and salmon habitat in the Puget Sound…For more information, contact Meghan Adamire, […]
WASHINGTON – I decided to stop by the Upper Elwha Community Center to see the Share the Trail Event hosted by the BCH Mount Olympus Chapter and Olympic National Park…The event had informational booths set up by Olympic National Park, Department of Natural Resources, Olympic Discovery Trail, Clallam […]
WASHINGTON – The Olympic Peninsula Equine Network is celebrating the opening of its new Western Treasures and Used Tack store with a ribbon-cutting ceremony…OPEN will host a Clallam Conservation District workshop on the dangers of spring grass at 3 p.m. on May 31.
WASHINGTON – With the Dungeness Valley Creamery coming up on its 12th anniversary on June 16, farm owners Ryan and Sarah McCarthey say they continue to look to the future…McCarthey said the Clallam County Conservation District is helping him seek a grant to purchase the new system, and […]
WASHINGTON – Mt. Olympus Chapter Back Country Horsemen of Washington (BCHW) and Olympic National Park are sponsoring a Share the Trail event for hikers, runners, bicycle riders, horse and mule riders and packers, and llama packers.
WASHINGTON – The Clallam Conservation District will hold a free workshop focusing on landscaping with native plants Saturday, April 28.