People throughout Kitsap will be busy in their yards (if the rain ever stops). Last Friday & Saturday (Feb. 28 & Mar. 1) were the pickup days for our annual Native Plant Sale.
Thousands of plants were reserved in January and plenty of enthusiastic folks turned up to collect their orders.
Several local native plant nurseries joined us at the Fairgrounds Sheep barn with additional plants for sale.
If you missed out on the native plant sale this year, join our plant sale mailing list to receive updates for next year’s sale.
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Saturday was also our annual ‘Doo for You’ event, where we give out free aged manure from the previous year’s county fair.
Around 75 people showed up to collect free doo.
Kitsap’s Parks and Recreation department provided and operated a loader to fill the trucks, and KCD sent a staff member to hand out safety information and composting instructions to all of the participants.
Kelly and Lenny: Ready to inform the public
No truck? No problem! A shovel and buckets got the job done, too.
Trucks of all colors, shapes, and sizes lined up.
Sometimes, there was quite a long wait. But the people found ways to keep themselves entertained…
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To see our latest mailer, please click here! It includes election information about our Board of Supervisors, and much more on our Native Plant Sale. Also, don’t miss details on Doo for You, free aged Read more…