Washington State Horticultural Association Launches Redesigned Website

The Washington State Horticultural Association (WSHA) launched a completely redesigned and enchanced website. The new website retains the same address, www.wahort.org.

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In order to better serve its members, the revamped website contains information about the WSHA board, committees, the 105th Annual Meeting and Postharvest Conference in December, and a variety of other useful information. There is also a “members only” section where members can obtain exclusive information including the latest happenings in Washington DC.

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Hands on, in the dirt.
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Avatar for Anonymous Anonymous says:

I would like to send George Ingledew my E-mail [email protected] or 585 765 2714 I live on the south shore of Lake Ontario between Buffalo NY and Rochester NY… about 50 miles each way
After retring from the service I settled in this area and raised my family, I’m now 76 and 100% disabled. But I’m not dead.. that will come later. I intend to keep squzeeing a yearly garden out of the rest of my life. I like to exchange notes George.. Thanks for listening Max

Avatar for Anonymous Anonymous says:

I need Information on Organic Vegetable growing for roadside stand and local farm markets …Possible ebay sales will need storing and processing and wraping and shipping Info.
Every time I ask for your advice I end up happy and satisfied, and I thank you for that
Thanks for listening Max

Avatar for Anonymous Anonymous says:

Thank you for thinking of this Gentleman Farmer.
I enjoy getting and sharing information from the site.
I now have ALS and would enjoy sharing my knowledge,
Farming, being a consture of the “Life Cycle”.
Growing healthier, climate adjustable, better production,
Better storage, the “Purest Way”. All natural
Yes, my life and education transformed to farming,
Hands on, in the dirt.
George, in the old Christian meaning “Farmer”,

George

Avatar for Anonymous Anonymous says:

I would like to send George Ingledew my E-mail [email protected] or 585 765 2714 I live on the south shore of Lake Ontario between Buffalo NY and Rochester NY… about 50 miles each way
After retring from the service I settled in this area and raised my family, I’m now 76 and 100% disabled. But I’m not dead.. that will come later. I intend to keep squzeeing a yearly garden out of the rest of my life. I like to exchange notes George.. Thanks for listening Max

Avatar for Anonymous Anonymous says:

I would like to send George Ingledew my E-mail [email protected] or 585 765 2714 I live on the south shore of Lake Ontario between Buffalo NY and Rochester NY… about 50 miles each way
After retring from the service I settled in this area and raised my family, I’m now 76 and 100% disabled. But I’m not dead.. that will come later. I intend to keep squzeeing a yearly garden out of the rest of my life. I like to exchange notes George.. Thanks for listening Max