Lavender Farmers group revamps programming

Laura Yoshida of the Tri-Cities takes a break at the Lavender in the Park event in 2011. Farmers with the Sequim Lavender Farmers Association are disbanding the event in 2015 to focus on building up events at their individual farms.  - Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash
  • Dec 16, 2014 at 5:51PM

Major changes are in store for the Sequim Lavender Farmers Association in 2015.


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Roaring Dungeness River floods its banks

  • Today at 11:13AM

Contributing photographer Rich Taylor found the Dungeness River still raging a couple of days after last week’s storm.

County leads effort for cleaner water

  • Today at 11:02AM

Bringing an 18-month project to a close, those involved with creating a Pollution Identification and Correction (PIC) Plan for the Sequim Bay-Dungeness Watershed Clean Water District have completed the draft plan and soon will begin a pilot project near Dungeness Bay.

City looks to lease 2 sites next to new Civic Center

  • Today at 10:59AM

Staff: Solution ‘out of the box’ for neighborhood complaints

Residents oppose Agnew marijuana grow

  • Today at 10:57AM

A proposed recreational marijuana production and processing facility in an Agnew neighborhood has residents talking about options about how to oppose it.

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