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Drayton Harbor

Oyster company

Support our local aquaculture -

EAT OYSTERS

FAQ - From Whatcom Master Gardeners

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RESERVE  Plot/Raised Bed in the 7th St. Community Garden! LINK

Helping to Create Edible Yards in Blaine, Washington

Mission: To provide city wide enhancement and beautification on a multitude of levels by

planting food bearing trees, bushes and vines that offer food to residents of Blaine;

local wildlife food and shelter; soil enhancement and water retention.

  

Not near Blaine? other class opportunities on our Resources or Classes pages (see links to left)

REALLY passionate about gardening? consider becoming a Master Gardener (link)

Unless noted, all workshops are no charge and held at the Blaine Library in Blaine. Link

CLASSES are BACK!! see below - Drayton Harbor Oyster Co. is lending us space to give it a try (link to their site - HERE)

 

If you can't make our Living Christmas Tree Sale . . . PLEASE feel free to made an appointment. Please email, kelle - fruit@blaine-core.com) - to set up. We are available most days.

 - all the money from this sale will be donated to the Blaine School District for the development of an Outdoor Learning Lab (Garden) - we are currently calling the Kid's Project Garden. This garden will serve the Elementary & Middle School students.    

Wed. Nov. 17 - Putting your Garden and Dahlias to Bed - 4:00-5:30pm at the H St. Plaza - in the big white tent for Drayton Harbor Oyster Co.

Please join us for a fun discussion on what is the best way to get your garden ready for winter (which doesn't mean you will not be gardening!, if you want to!) tips and tricks to help you develop a healthier more productive garden for next spring . . .


Tues, Nov. 30, Fun with Sprouts! 4pm-5:30pm  at the H St. Plaza - in the big white tent for Drayton Harbor Oyster Co.
Easy and fun to grow, we will cover the basics and discuss nutritional benefits of sprouts. A great way to winter garden.

Tues, Dec.7,  Kombucha - 4:00 to 5:30pm at the H St. Plaza - in the big white tent for Drayton Harbor Oyster Co.
Make your own custom flavors for holiday entertaining. Healthy and delicious.

Native Plant Descriptions (pdf) -  nicely done from King County  

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REMEMBER - LOCAL publications are a great source of up-to-date information on classes all over our NW region as well as businesses that support our passion! Pick up a copy today or check their websites -

Cascadia Weekly    GrowNorthwest     Entertainment NewsNW   Northern Light

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Spring PLANT SALES !!  (2021  most were cancelled )
March 28, 9am-2pm - Whatcom Conservation Dist. Plant Sale - Whatcom Comm. College
March 28, 10am-3pm - 32nd Annual Fairhaven Plant & Tree Sale - Old Fairhaven Pkwy & 14th
April 4, 10am-3pm - Whatcom Dahlia Society Tuber Sale - Bloedel Donovan Park
April 27, 9am-12noon - Birchwood Garden Club Sale, lower level of Bellingham Library
May 2 - 10am-noon - Washington Native Plant Society-Salal Chapter’s 16th Annual Plant Sale
     Mt. Vernon, WSU, NW Research Station, 16650 State Highway 536 
May 2 - Peace Arch Dahlia and Plant Sale at Peace Arch Park 
May 9 - Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale at Hovander Park
SEEDS, SEEDS and More SEEDS - Check out Resilient Seeds - locally researched and produced - definitely suited for our climate
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If you would like us to come and speak at a community activity or event to help inform your participants about the CORE project, please contact us.

We have had several community meetings to introduce the CORE project. If you have any questions, or would like to volunteer to help with our mission and goals, please do not hestitate to contact us - fruit@blaine-core.com  or call  360-332-7435 (leave message)

 

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