Bareroot Planting
Teri's Tips

Spring Is Here!

March is my favorite month for planting bareroot trees, shrubs, roses and herbaceous edibles. By planting bareroot, you’ll save money. Here are some plant suggestions: Tree types: Flowering • Fruit • Shade Shrubs: Lilacs • Flowering currants • Dogwoods • Bridal spirea • … read more

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'Butterscotch' Butternut Squash

Growing Squash

Pumpkins, squash, and gourds have enchanted gardeners and foodies for generations with their diversity in shapes, colors and flavors. Collectively referred to as “squash,” the Cucurbita genus has a rich history dating back over 8,000 years to Central and South America, and 4,000 … read more

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Easter Treats

Recipes for Easter Cake Pops and Sugar Cookies

Holiday hams and deviled eggs may take center stage at Easter gatherings, but edible crafts offer a reminder of the magic of the season that’s found in moments spent together. Simple recipes that call for a dose of creativity are perfect ways to … read more

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For the Love of Flowers

The Gig Harbor Flower Farmers Guild blooms into...

Perhaps you have seen their farmstands. Dotted down the backroads and tucked into neighborhoods, flower farms are proliferating around West Sound and growing into a unified local industry. The Northwest climate is similar to the most well-known flower-growing areas in Europe (think: the … read more

Organic Pure Red from Badger Mountain Winery in Kennewick
The Sip

The Evolving World of Boxed Wines

In the realm of wine, the notion of boxed vino has come a long way from the days of subpar quality and questionable taste. Gone are the times when boxed wine was considered the bottom shelf of the wine aisle, hidden away from … read more

Community Scene

Leadership Kitsap Celebrates 20 Under 40 Awards

Leadership Kitsap hosted the 20 Under 40 Awards Program at the Kitsap Conference Center in January, recognizing 20 exceptional business and civic leaders under the age of 40 who are making a great impact in business, philanthropy and their communities. Carli Meurs, executive … read more

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Volunteer Alex stocks the vegetable cooler.
Nonprofit Spotlight

Fishline

Kitsap and Jefferson County Nonprofits — With the...

Washington state is a flood with almost 45,000 registered and legit not-for-profit organizations. Their missions are wide ranging, but all attempt to address a significant community need, often relying completely on donor funding and an active cadre of community volunteers to do so. … read more

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Saint Patricks Day Sandwiches

Recipe for St. Patrick’s Day Open-Face Sandwiches

Freshen up your St. Patrick’s Day menu with easy, light sandwiches inspired by the traditional color of the festivities. These open-faced noshes can be perfect for lunch, snack time or even as an appetizer for get-togethers with friends and family. Layered with a … read more

Incredible Kitchens Summer Fall 2024
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Incredible Kitchens Summer/Fall 2024

The kitchen is the heart of our homes. We no longer simply prepare our meals there. It’s a place for doing homework, working remotely and gathering with friends and family. Everyone wants a stunning kitchen, but remember that it’s a functional space as … read more

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