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    Join Horses for Clean Water at the following FREE events: Horses, Trees & Trails! Visit this peaceful Tolt Highlands farm east of Carnation & enjoy the view
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 2, 2004
      Join Horses for Clean Water at the following FREE events:

      Horses, Trees & Trails! Visit this peaceful Tolt Highlands farm east of
      Carnation & enjoy the view of the surrounding stewardship forest. A riding trail
      is woven through the forest and pauses next to a wildlife pond. See excellent
      mud management techniques, beautiful barn and outbuildings, chickens, and
      wild pheasants. Carnation, WA. Wednesday, June 9th, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. To register
      and receive a map contact the King Conservation District at 206-764-3410,
      ext. 125 or Roseanne.Campagna@....

      We're Really Composting Now! Composting is an excellent technique used to
      manage many types of organic waste materials generated on farms and in backyard
      livestock operations. To learn more about composting organic waste materials,
      manure management and see a demonstration compost bin join us on for a free
      workshop. Hear from experts on compost topics, see an overview of livestock
      manure management techniques and hook up with resources for getting or giving
      away compost. This workshop will be held at the beautiful Remlinger Farms in
      Carnation, WA, a commercial produce farm, plant nursery and petting zoo. Bring a
      lunch or buy something yummy at their on site bakery and deli. Plan to stay
      afterwards to browse their charming grocery store and huge inventory of
      outdoor plants. Friday, June 18th, noon to 3 pm For registration & details contact
      Horses for Clean Water at 425-432-6116 or Alayne@....

      Native Plants at Work on a Horse Farm This farm tour will focus on using
      native trees & shrubs to reduce standing water & mud, manage power line
      easements, create visual screens along property lines, protect stream banks,
      out-compete blackberries, prevent erosion & more! Enumclaw, WA. Saturday, June 19th,
      10am to noon. FREE! To register and receive a map contact the King
      Conservation District at 206-764-3410, ext. 125 or Roseanne.Campagna@....



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