These essentials will brighten the final months of winter as we patiently wait for the return of spring, sunshine, and warmer days.
Scroll through our image carousel for just a few local gift giving suggestions. Supporting local businesses is one of the best ways to make the most of the holidays and strengthen our community at the same time.
The farmers of Spring Time Farm found a natural division of labor with Nick Spring taking the lead on the vegetable side of things and Sarah Robinson using her decidedly green thumb as the lead farmer-florist.
Now that gardening season has begun, let’s have some fun on social media! One lucky gardener will be selected to win a $50 Co-op gift card. Your pictures can be of anything garden related. Read this blog post to learn how to enter!
Buy any 2 bags of Cedar Grove soil, compost, or other soil amendments, and get 1 bag of Cedar Grove compost free!
Compost Days run through April 9.
Growing organic produce and garden starts in Whatcom County since 1997.