Skagit CD is able to sponsor people in underserved communities to attend the WSU Food Safety and Preservation class titled "Grow your Own Groceries."
Supports Skagit County home gardeners by promoting science-based gardening practices and education.
Curious about compost? Composting reduces waste and provides an inexpensive treatment for home gardens and landscapes.
Environmentally-sound gardening approaches will minimize the amount of purchased fertilizers you need by improving soil fertility through crop rotation and turning waste materials into valuable compost and fertilizer.
This WSU fact sheet is one of a three-part series on cover crops for home gardeners. It focuses on choosing the best cover crops for gardens in Washington and Oregon, west of the Cascades