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Take a hike

Join park rangers and docents on an adventurous hike that combines exercise (we all need more of that) and information ...
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Blue House Farm CSA Box #24

The anticipated local goodies plucked from the fertile soils are; Mint, Tomatoes, Panisse Lettuce, Cauliflower (Romanesco), Collards, Sweet Dumpling Winter ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 086

Pumpkins and gourds galore! You can grow them for decorations, turn them into pies, and roast their seeds for snacks ...
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See ya later, Willy!

Willy left The Cottage this morning for a much-needed vacation! We were sad to see him go. He had a ...
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Blue House Farm CSA Box #23

This week’s organic juiciness fresh from the very moist soils of the Coastside (we had a downpour of rain over ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. #085

Rock Purslane (Calandrinia grandiflora). This handsome, sturdy succulent will give a loud punch of color to your garden. The real ...
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Get into the Halloween Spirit

Lose yourself in a 6-acre corn field... with a surprise visitor. Grab a wheelbarrow and load up on pumpkins in ...
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Blue House Farm CSA Box #22

This week’s rainbow of enticing colors fresh out of the earth this morning. Tomatoes, Sweet Corn, Broccoli, Carrots, Dino Kale, ...
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We have a 2016 Grand Champion!

Cindy Tobeck, a sweet and spunky elementary school teacher from Littlerock WA who won yesterday's Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off ...
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Our Coastside signature event is on!

Drawing hordes of visitors to the “World Pumpkin Capital” for an epic festival on historic Main Street. Humongous, mind-bending, Volkswagen-sized ...
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Blue House Farm CSA Box #21

The fall harvest is here. Sweet Corn, Padron Peppers, Tomatoes, Romaine Lettuce, Curly Kale, Delicata Winter Squash, Yellow Onions, Asian ...
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What’s Growing at The Cottage No. #084

Achillea millefolium (variety rubra ‘Rosy Red’) commonly known as yarrow. Deer resistant, tolerant of drought, heat, and poor soil! Yarrow ...
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