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OUR FARMS

The highlight of the event!  Each farm offers a unique activities and opportunities to learn.  Be sure to stop by them all (10AM – 4PM)!
10215 State Route 302
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Wauna)
Available Both Days

Gateway Park

Start here-stretch your legs and explore the playground while you visit the vendors, food trucks, and community service organization booths.

The Master Gardeners info table will be on hand to answer plant and gardening questions 

Lots of kids activities, and make sure to come back on Sunday for the Apple Squeeze!

Activities and Booths

  • Info Center
  • Vendor Booths
  • Children’s Activities
  • (SUN) Apple Squeeze | Purchase fresh squeezed apple cider. Available by the glass ($1), quart ($5), or gallon ($10). Also available Gourmet fresh apple fritters ($4) or Apple Cider floats with sparkling cider and vanilla ice cream ($4). Proceeds benefit the Key Peninsula farm Council and your support keeps our events “A-Float!”!

Food
Food Trucks (TBA)

Bands

(SAT) 10:30-12:45 | Finally Found Trio
(SAT) 1PM | Dr Roes Downhome Band
(SAT) 2:30PM | Flaming Fingers Fiddle Band
(SUN) Noon | Steve Nieto
(SUN) 2PM – 4PM | Finally Found Trio

17616 S Vaughn Road NW
Vaughn, WA 98394 (Vaughn)
Available Both Days

Grand Farm | Haunted Forest

Grand Farms is a full-care boarding and training facility that is home to head trainer Anni Grandia Dodsun. Training specializes in 3-Day Eventing, with each program tailored to the individual horse and rider.

They also provide lessons to brand new riders and introduce them to horses. The farm consists of 26 acres with an indoor arena with a new sand surface and roof, outdoor grass jumping arena, acres of trails and a cross country course with water complex. They also boast a heated viewing area, amenities for riders with disabilities, and work with Easter Seals of Washington in the summer months.

Additionally, Grand Farms hosts an extensive conference and wedding events venue and the very popular Haunted Forest in the fall.

Preview a walk-through of this year’s The Haunted Forest!

Activities and Booths

  • (SAT) 10AM – 1PM | Mounted riding demonstrations
  • (SAT) 10AM – 4PM | Pony ride fundraiser for Narrows Pony Club
  • (SAT) 11AM – 3PM | Crafts and Noodle Horse jump course
  • (BOTH DAYS) 10AM – 4PM | Haunted Forest walk open

Food
Bottled Water and Packaged Snack for Purchase

Bands
(SAT) NOON – 1:30PM – South Sound Strummers

(SUN) 1pm – 3pm Sweet Sally

8515 Key Peninsula Hwy S
Longbranch, WA 98351 (Longbranch)
Saturday Only

Sound View Camp

Come to Sound View to feel like you’re at summer camp again – pet a llama, sing some songs around the campfire, take a guided nature walk through our property, and shoot an arrow!

Sound View Camp is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Olympia (PCUSA). The camp consists of 100 acres of woods, trails, and a sandy beach. Sound View Camp provides rental opportunities and educational programs for groups, as well as running their own summer family and youth programs, open to the public.

As part of our brand-new Outdoor Environmental Education Program, camp has begun a mini-farm and garden for teaching sustainable living. We plan to see the farm grow over the next few years, with programs for kids to learn to plant and harvest their own food. The former horse stable and corral area has been converted into a miniature farm populated with rescued goats, sheep, chickens, and a llama. We love to see visitors interact with animals and learn about their care.

Activities and Booths

  • Camp Garden
  • Petting Zoo
  • Sustainable Living Camp Program
  • Sustainable Shoreline

Bands
TBA

10012 Creviston Dr NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98329
Available Both Days

Four Winds Riding Center

“Home of the Harbor View Vaulter Team”. Learn about this exciting sport whose history goes back for centuries!  Vaulting demonstrations on the hour and pony rides on the half hour. Compost available for purchase. 

Activities and Booths

  • Vaulting Demonstrations (on the hour)
  • Pony Rides (on the 1/2 hour)
15921 84th St NW
Lakebay, WA  98349
Saturday Only

Red Barn Youth Center

Red Barn Youth Center’s mission is to provide a safe, supervised place for Key Peninsula youth in 6th through 12th grade to go after school to have fun, find guidance, develop positive relationships, and become community minded citizens.

Tour the facility and community garden of this teen center. Play pool, foosball, ping-pong and board games or enjoy a craft project. Games and prizes to be had!

Activities and Booths

  • Kids Garden Tool Kits (1 per family request) | Donated by Toysmith & Auburn Adventist Church
  • Pom Pom Creation Station
  • Garden Group future garden layout tour
  • Finger Rocket Target game with prizes!
17015 9th Street Court NW
Lakebay, WA 98349
Saturday Only | Shuttle Bus Parking for Two Fox Winery & Grateful Goat Farms

Key Peninsula Community Services

Welcome to Key Peninsula Community Services! They are an active and vibrant nonprofit Food Bank, Senior Meal Site, and Senior Center serving the Key Peninsula and surrounding communities. Their community organization was founded in 1982 by a small group of dedicated and forward thinking people who saw and need and found a way to fill it.

On the Farm Tour, you’ll find logging equipment display and demonstrations.  A soup fundraiser and rummage sell round out your stop.

Activities and Booths

  • Logging Demonstrations
  • Soup Fundraiser
  • Rummage Sell

Bands
TBA

17816 Herron Road NW
Lakebay, WA 98349
Available Both Days |  Shuttle Loop South Only – Handicap Parking Only Onsite

Grateful Goat Farms

Grateful Goat Farms sits on the former Steiner Nursery which was  well known for its collection of heirloom rhododendrons. Our does are milked by hand and just enough milk taken to create our soaps.We only use essential oils for fragrances and use sustainably harvested oils.

For our first year participating in the KP Farm Tour and Harvest Festival, we will create a freewheeling outdoor market atmosphere inspired by our time following the Grateful Dead to offer a mini “Shakedown Street” experience. This will feature a drum circle, local tie dye artist Amber, Crafts by Pirates Perch, local honey from Bee Delightful, a meditation class with Jenee Gurley,woodcarving by Bill, Peace Love and Donuts, and more, as well as offering our unique soaps and some friendly grateful goats to meet and greet! Bring your drums, your positive vibes, and come poke around!

Activities and Booths

  • Tie Dye for sale including shirts, learn techniques at 1pm both days, bring a white cotton shirt  to tie dye! ($5 if you bring a shirt and use my dyes and fixatives) $15 if you use one of my shirts

  • Wood sculpture with Bill Luke

  • Hemp and stone jewelry and galaxy artwork by local artists

  • Photo booth with hippie van and mower

  • Handmade goat milk soap for sale, also learn about using goats to clear invasive species and the advantages of goat compost!

  • Bee Delightful will have their local honey available all day and talk about bees, farming on the KP and holistic lifestyle at noon and 2pm

Bands
(All Day) Drum Circle | Bring a drum and join the session!

17812 18th Street NW
Lakebay, WA 98349
Saturday Only |  Shuttle Loop South Only

Two Fox Winery

Two Fox is a cozy winery and coffee roaster located on the beautiful Key Peninsula. Set on almost 15 acres of mature forest land, the winery includes a tasting room, wine cellar, two small vineyards, and private residence. Their coffee is freshly roasted in small batches that can be catered to your palette. Speaking of palettes, they also offer approachable wines suitable for any occasion. Whether you’re slow-sipping in the sunshine on a camping trip or sharing strong pours with your family over Christmas dinner, they have something for everyone.

Activities and Booths

  • Wine Tasting

Bands
(SAT) 11:30AM – 3PM | Robbie V

8911 Key Peninsula Hwy N
Lakebay WA, 98349 (Key Center)
Saturday Only | Morning Only (8am-Noon)

Key Center Fire Station

Pancake breakfast from 8AM – 11AM
Fire Demontrations from 11AM – NOON

Come enjoy a “touch a truck” fire truck photo op from 8-10am and demonstrations at the fire training center behind the station that will involve live fire, and extrication demonstrations from 10am-11am!

Activities and Booths

  • 8AM – 11AM | Pancake Breakfast
  • 8AM – 10AM | Touch-A-Truck Photo Op
  • 10AM – 11AM | Live Firefighting demonstrations

12710 124th Ave CT NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98329
Saturday Only

Minter Creek Hatchery

For more than a century, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife hatcheries have produced fish for harvest. Today, hatcheries provide the foundation for the state’s popular recreational fisheries and the many jobs that depend on them. Learn more about WDFW’s hatchery facilities and how they help the department manage fish across the state.

Activities and Booths

  • Tour the hatchery
  • Learn about fish life-cycles and conservation efforts
7012 Key Peninsula HWY S
Longbranch, WA  98351
Oct 5th Only

Kaukiki Farm

*sponsored by Bayside Animal Lodge

140 acres of paradise in the South Sound raising grass fed beef, lamb and chicken sustainably, naturally!

Activities and Booths

  • Aquaponics – How to Grow a Lot of Food in a Small Place
  • Meet the Camp Chickens Housed in a Uniquely Reclaimed Coop
  • Games and kids activities

Education

  • Garden Tour
  • Living Machine Tour

FIBER ARTS FESTIVAL

4312 Key Peninsula Hwy S
Longbranch WA 98351​ (Longbranch)
Saturday Only

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

In its fifteenth year, Fiber Arts – Threads Through Time is held at the LIC Clubhouse and at the LIC Marina, in conjunction with the Key Peninsula Farm Tour, the oldest Farm Tour in Pierce County. The Fiber Arts Show features more than two dozen artists who demonstrate, exhibit and sell their work. The full gamut of fibers, utilizing traditional techniques and modern adaptations, is on display during the one day festival. There is music at the Clubhouse throughout the day. The LIC is the shuttle hub for the south loop Farm Tour host sites: Two Fox Winery, Grateful Goat Farms, and the Key Peniunsula Community Services. Shuttle service is provided through School-Bus-Connects.

Inside our unique clubhouse, vendor displays include quilts, hats, bags, handwoven baskets, buttons, clothing, jewelry, rugs, wall hangings, table decorations, hand tooled leather craft, embroidery, wearable art from silk, alpaca fur and wood, Hardanger or whitework embroidery and more! Demonstrator displays include weaving, spinning and cross stitch. Outside on the LIC grounds there are antique tractors to emphasize our connection to the Farm Tour. In addition, local Girl Scout troops demonstrate how to use yard trimmings to build fencing for compost bins. Of special interest, yard art, furniture and wood sculptures are available for purchase.

Only items made by the artists themselves are available for sale. Admission to the event is free. Lunch is available for purchase. Support for Fiber Arts is through the volunteer LIC Fiber Arts Committee. Money is raised through booth and food sales. Additional support comes from Angel Guild, Bruce Titus Automotive Group, Friends of Pierce County Library and the KP Farm Council.

Food
TBA

Featured Artist: Peter Rowe

This year’s featured artist is Peter Rowe who spins, knits and crochets and will have his creations on display at the event. Peter has participated at the Puyallup Fair and has several first-place ribbons and received the Grand Champions’ awards in 2019 and 2020.

Peter lives in Kitsap County and started knitting in 2005 with a scarf based on a DNA pattern. Looking for more challenging patterns, he started to work on Estonian Lace, followed by knitted lace patterns by Herbert Niebling. Peter finished his first tablecloth in 2012 and has been knitting and crocheting ever since. Most of his projects have been gifted to friends and family members. His knitting projects include hats, scarves, sweaters, mittens, socks, hats and “stuffies” (stuffed animals) that were gifted to his nieces.

EVENT LOCATIONS

10215 State Route 302
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Wauna)
*Shuttle Terminal / Patron Parking Only | No Vendors
Oct 2nd Only

Gateway Park

  • Shuttle Terminal – North Loop
  • Parking
  • Information Center
  • Playground
  • Trails: Hiking/Mountain Biking/Equestrian
Shuttle Bus from LIC (Longbranch)
*no parking available 
| use South Loop Bus Service @ LIC
Oct 2nd Only

Longbranch Marina

  • Joe the Tug (Historic Tugboat)
  • Key Peninsula Museum
  • Mosquito Fleet Display
  • Local History
8911 Key Peninsula Hwy N
Lakebay WA 98349 (Key Center)
Available Both Days

Firehouse Pancake Breakfast

Oct 2nd Only – Presented by Key Peninsula Firefighters Association

 

 

Start your day by supporting our local firefighters at the Key Center Fire Station with a pancake breakfast, along with Fire Department Demonstrations, Emergency Preparedness Booth, Fire Trucks, and the Ashes Bake Sale

8 a.m. until the last pancake (about 11am)

  • Fire Department Demonstrations will take place both days

NON-FARM STOPS

10215 State Route 302
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Wauna)

Gateway Park

  • Fresh Food Revolution Co-op
  • Key Peninsula Parks & Recreation Foundation
  • Key Peninsula Historical Society
  • Huckleberry Machine Display
  • Master Gardeners
4312 Key Peninsula Hwy S
Longbranch WA 98351​ (Longbranch)

Fiber Arts Fesitval

Located in the historic Longbranch Improvement Club, come see local artisans ply their crafts and enjoy some tasty food prepared by a local KP chef and featuring locally grown products.

8911 Key Peninsula Hwy N
Lakebay WA 98349 (Key Center)

Firehouse Breakfast

Presented by Key Peninsula Firefighters Association

 

 

Start your day by supporting our local firefighters at the Key Center Fire Station with a pancake breakfast, along with Fire Department Demonstrations, Emergency Preparedness Booth, Fire Trucks, and the Ashes Bake Sale

8 a.m. until the last pancake (about 11am)

Shuttle Bus from LIC (Longbranch)
*no parking available

Longbranch Marina

Learn about the history of the Longbranch Marina, and enjoy booths from West Pierce Fire and Rescue, Pierce County Sheriff’s Fire Boat, Wooden Boats, Envirostars Clean Marina Program, Power Squadron, and Dave’s Diving

9725 Cramer Road KP N
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Minter)

YMCA Camp Seymour

Check out the Living Machine! Camp Seymour installed Washington’s largest Living Machine in 2003. A Living Machine is a sewage treatment facility that treats effluent to a level that allows water reuse in irrigation and a fish pond, as well as other useful end products. It is it’s own ecosystem, accelerating nature’s own water purification process!

Also be sure and check out Aquaponics classes, educational garden tours, meet the camp chickens housed in a uniquely reclaimed coop, along with games and activities for kids

Farms & Stops

Gateway Park

10215 State Route 302
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Wauna)
Available Both Days (Apple Squeeze on Sunday)

Activities and Booths:

  • Info Center
  • Vendor Booths
  • Children’s Activities
  • (SUN) Apple Squeeze | Purchase fresh squeezed apple cider. Available by the glass ($1), quart ($5), or gallon ($10). Also available Gourmet fresh apple fritters ($4) or Apple Cider floats with sparkling cider and vanilla ice cream ($4). Proceeds benefit the Key Peninsula farm Council and your support keeps our events “A-Float!”!

Food:

  • Food Trucks (TBA)

Music:

  • (SAT) 10:30-12:45 | Finally Found Trio
  • (SAT) 1PM | Dr Roes Downhome Band
  • (SAT) 2:30PM | Flaming Fingers Fiddle Band
  • (SUN) Noon | Steve Nieto
  • (SUN) 2PM – 4PM | Finally Found Trio

Grand Farm

17616 S Vaughn Road NW
Vaughn WA 98394 (Vaughn)
Available Both Days

Grand Farms is a full-care boarding and training facility that is home to head trainer Anni Grandia Dodsun. Training specializes in 3-Day Eventing, with each program tailored to the individual horse and rider.

They also provide lessons to brand new riders and introduce them to horses. The farm consists of 26 acres with an indoor arena with a new sand surface and roof, outdoor grass jumping arena, acres of trails and a cross country course with water complex. They also boast a heated viewing area, amenities for riders with disabilities, and work with Easter Seals of Washington in the summer months.

Additionally, Grand Farms hosts an extensive conference and wedding events venue and the very popular Haunted Forest in the fall.

Preview a walk-through of this year’s The Haunted Forest!

Activities and Booths:

  • (SAT) 10AM – 1PM | Mounted riding demonstrations
  • (SAT) 10AM – 4PM | Pony ride fundraiser for Narrows Pony Club
  • (SAT) 11AM – 3PM | Crafts and Noodle Horse jump course
  • (BOTH DAYS) 10AM – 4PM | Haunted Forest walk open

Food:

  • Bottled Water and Packaged Snack for Purchase

Music:

(SAT) Noon – 1:30pm 

(SUN) 1pm – 3pm Sweet Mary

 

 

  • (SAT) NOON – 1:30PM – South Sound Strummers

Sound View Camp

8515 Key Peninsula Hwy S
Longbranch, WA 98351 (Longbranch)
Saturday Only

Come to Sound View to feel like you’re at summer camp again – pet a llama, sing some songs around the campfire, take a guided nature walk through our property, and shoot an arrow!

Sound View Camp is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Olympia (PCUSA). The camp consists of 100 acres of woods, trails, and a sandy beach. Sound View Camp provides rental opportunities and educational programs for groups, as well as running their own summer family and youth programs, open to the public.

As part of our brand-new Outdoor Environmental Education Program, camp has begun a mini-farm and garden for teaching sustainable living. We plan to see the farm grow over the next few years, with programs for kids to learn to plant and harvest their own food. The former horse stable and corral area has been converted into a miniature farm populated with rescued goats, sheep, chickens, and a llama. We love to see visitors interact with animals and learn about their care.

Activities:

  • Camp Garden
  • Petting Zoo
  • Sustainable Living Camp Program
  • Sustainable Shoreline

Music:

  • TBA

Four Winds Riding Center

10012 Creviston Dr NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98329
Available Both Days

“Home of the Harbor View Vaulter Team”. Learn about this exciting sport whose history goes back for centuries! Vaulting demonstrations on the hour and pony rides on the half hour. Compost available for purchase.

Activities:

  • Vaulting Demonstrations (on the hour)
  • Pony Rides (on the 1/2 hour)

Red Barn Youth Center

15921 84th St NW
Lakebay, WA 98349
Saturday Only

Tour the facility and community garden of this teen center. Play pool, foosball, ping-pong and board games or enjoy a craft project.

Activities and Booths:

  • Kids Garden Tool Kits (1 per family request) | Donated by Toysmith & Auburn Adventist Church
  • Pom Pom Creation Station
  • Garden Group future garden layout tour
  • Finger Rocket Target game with prizes!

KP Community Services

17015 9th Street Court NW
Lakebay, WA 98349
Shuttle Bus Parking for Two Fox Winery & Grateful Goat Farms

Welcome to Key Peninsula Community Services! They are an active and vibrant nonprofit Food Bank, Senior Meal Site, and Senior Center serving the Key Peninsula and surrounding communities. Their community organization was founded in 1982 by a small group of dedicated and forward thinking people who saw and need and found a way to fill it.

Activities:

  • Logging Demonstrations
  • Soup Fundraiser
  • Rummage Sell

Music:

  • TBA

Grateful Goat Farms

17816 Herron Road NW
Lakebay, WA 98349
Available Both Days | Shuttle Loop South Only – Handicap Parking Only Onsite

Grateful Goat Farms sits on the former Steiner Nursery which was well known for its collection of heirloom rhododendrons. Our does are milked by hand and just enough milk taken to create our soaps.We only use essential oils for fragrances and use sustainably harvested oils.

For our first year participating in the KP Farm Tour and Harvest Festival, we will create a freewheeling outdoor market atmosphere inspired by our time following the Grateful Dead to offer a mini “Shakedown Street” experience. This will feature a drum circle, local tie dye artist Amber, Crafts by Pirates Perch, local honey from Bee Delightful, woodcarving by Bill, Peace Love and Donuts, and more, as well as offering our unique soaps and some friendly grateful goats to meet and greet! Bring your drums, your positive vibes, and come poke around!

Activities:

  • Tie Dye for sale including shirts, learn techniques at 1pm both days, bring a cotton shirt  to tie dye! ($5 if you bring your own shirt, $15 if you use one of mine, dye is provided)
  • Wood sculpture with Bill Luke
  • Hemp and stone jewelry and galaxy artwork by local artists
  • Photo booth with hippie van and mower
  • Handmade goat milk soap for sale, also learn about using goats to clear invasive species and the advantages of goat compost!
  • Bee Delightful will have their local honey available all day and talk about bees, farming on the KP and holistic lifestyle at noon and 2pm
  •  

Music:

  • (All Day) Drum Circle | Bring a drum and join the session!

Two Fox Winery

17812 18th Street NW
Lakebay, WA 98349
Saturday Only | Shuttle Loop South Only

Two Fox is a cozy winery and coffee roaster located on the beautiful Key Peninsula. Set on almost 15 acres of mature forest land, the winery includes a tasting room, wine cellar, two small vineyards, and private residence. Their coffee is freshly roasted in small batches that can be catered to your palette. Speaking of palettes, they also offer approachable wines suitable for any occasion. Whether you’re slow-sipping in the sunshine on a camping trip or sharing strong pours with your family over Christmas dinner, they have something for everyone.

Activities:

  • Wine Tasting

Music:

  • (SAT) 11:30AM – 3PM | Robbie V

Key Center Fire Dept

8911 Key Peninsula Hwy N
Lakebay WA 98349 (Key Center)
Saturday Only | Morning Only (8am-Noon)

Pancake breakfast from 8AM – 11AM
Fire Demontrations from 11AM – NOON

Come enjoy a “touch a truck” fire truck photo op from 8-10am and demonstrations at the fire training center behind the station that will involve live fire, and extrication demonstrations from 10am-11am!

Activities:

  • 8AM – 11AM | Pancake Breakfast
  • 8AM – 10AM | Touch-A-Truck Photo Op
  • 10AM – 11AM | Live Firefighting demonstrations

Minter Creek Hatchery

12710 124th Ave CT NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98329
Saturday Only

 

For more than a century, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife hatcheries have produced fish for harvest. Today, hatcheries provide the foundation for the state’s popular recreational fisheries and the many jobs that depend on them. Learn more about WDFW’s hatchery facilities and how they help the department manage fish across the state.

Activities:

  • Tour the hatchery
  • Learn about fish life-cycles and conservation efforts

Fiber Arts Show

Longbranch Improvement Club [LIC]
4312 Key Peninsula Hwy S
Longbranch WA 98351​ (Longbranch)

Activities and Booths:

  • Over three dozen artists and vendors, antique tractor collection on display.
  • Featured Artist Peter Rowe (Knitting)

Food and Music:

  • TBA

Music:

  • TBA

Supporting Locations

Gateway Park

10215 State Route 302
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Wauna)
Presented by Key Peninsula Parks & Recreation Foundation

Need Descp

Activities and Booths:

  • Fresh Food Revolution Co-op
  • Key Peninsula Parks & Recreation Foundation
  • Key Peninsula Historical Society
  • Huckleberry Machine Display
  • Master Gardeners

Fiber Arts Show

Longbranch Improvement Club [LIC]
4312 Key Peninsula Hwy S
Longbranch WA 98351​ (Longbranch)

Need Descp

Activities and Booths:

  • Over three dozen artists and vendors, antique tractor collection on display, and a miniature logging camp display

Food and Music:

  • Chef Ann-Marie Ugles – Farm to Table Menu
  • Bertolino’s Espresso Bar
  • Dr Roes DownHome Band
  • BlueGrass Minstrels
  • Conchord
  • Bowties and Berets
  • Teri Wolf Duo

Firehouse Pancake Breakfast | 8AM - 11AM

8911 Key Peninsula Hwy N
Lakebay WA 98349 (Key Center)

Presented by Key Peninsula Firefighters Association

8 a.m. until the last pancake (about 11am)

Activities and Booths:

  • Fire Department Demonstrations
  • Emergency Preparedness Booth
  • Fire Trucks
  • Ashes Bake Sale

Food and Music

  • Firehouse Pancakes and All the Trimmings
  • Complimentary Coffee provided by Key Peninsula Business Association

Longbranch Marina

Shuttle Bus from LIC (Longbranch)
*no parking available

Need Descp

Activities and Booths:

  • West Pierce Fire and Rescue
  • Pierce County Sheriff’s Fire Boat
  • Wooden Boats
    Envirostars Clean Marina Program
  • Power Squadron
  • Dave’s Diving

YMCA Camp Seymour

9725 Cramer Road KP N
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Minter)

Check out the Living Machine! Camp Seymour installed Washington’s largest Living Machine in 2003. A Living Machine is a sewage treatment facility that treats effluent to a level that allows water reuse in irrigation and a fish pond, as well as other useful end products. It is it’s own ecosystem, accelerating nature’s own water purification process!

Activities and Booths:

  • Aquaponics – How to Grow a Lot of Food in a Small Place
  • Educational Garden Tour
  • Meet the Camp Chickens Housed in a Uniquely Reclaimed Coop
  • Participate with Games and Activities for Kids
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