Ready to Enjoy Our Area Waterways?

Days are getting longer and temperatures are rising. Summer is coming and that means boating season has arrived. In addition, after more than a year of quarantine fatigue and masks coming off for the fully... Read More.

KNOW ANY NON HUMAN FISHERS?

So, what is a fisher?  Please excuse the blur, these photos are from trail cameras. Fishers are members of the weasel family about the size of a house cat.  Due to over trapping and habitat loss, they had been eliminated from Washington by the mid... Read More.

YOU CAN GO TO AN AQUASOX GAME

EVERETT AQUASOX BASEBALL IS BACK! BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY PLAY BALL!  YOU’RE OUT!  YOUR’RE SAFE.  After a year of painful lockdowns, we finally have sports back.  Spring and summer are baseball time.  Popcorn, peanuts, and cracker jacks, along with a hot dog and cold beer... Read More.

Slug Season and Other Garden Varmints Are Here

Spring is here. The weather is warmer. Fresh plantings are purchased and now in your yard. The next day, you discover those beautiful new flowers and vegetables have been chewed down. What?  No! It is slug season. There are almost too many species of these... Read More.

TAKE MOM TO THE BEACH FOR CLAMS

GO SHELLFISHING FOR MOTHER’S DAY!  With our weather warming and everyone antsy to get out of the house, you can certainly entertain the idea of a beach picnic and having fun with the kids harvesting our local bounty. Nothing is more fun than digging for... Read More.

The Straight Scoop on Cow Poop…Er, Energy

For Snohomish County PUD customers, you may have caught the most recent edition of their quarterly newsletter – Current. One brief article caught my eye entitled Poo Power Coming to a Home Near You. Did I mention it was brief? But wait, there has... Read More.

J MATHESON GIFTS CELEBRATES 30 YEARS

J Matheson Gifts, Kitchen and Gourmet is celebrating 30 years in business with an open house this Friday and Saturday (April 23rd and 24th).  Located at 2615 Colby Avenue in Everett, WA, their hours are 10am – 6pm.  There will be drawings and gifts... Read More.

EARTH DAY 2021 SNOHOMISH COUNTY CLEANUP

HELP SAVE THE EARTH – APRIL 22ND IS EARTH DAY 2021  What a year or so it has been, but now, the weather is changing, and we all have an opportunity to help our community by helping clean our shoreline for the summer.

REMEMBER THIS GREAT COMMUNITY ASSET

IN MEMORIUM OF MARK BRINKMAN, A GIANT LOSS  Snohomish County lost one of its finest last weekend.  Mark Brinkman, a selfless Police Officer for the Lynwood Police Department, spent his life dedicated to public service and... Read More.