Undersea gardeners take note: Parks to offer oyster farming class

Kevin Lungren holds an oyster bag at his house on Holmes Harbor. - Ben Watanabe / The Record
  • Mar 31, 2015 at 4:00PM

Kevin Lungren considers himself similar to Ciscoe Morris or any other gardener, only his garden is underwater most of the time.


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Holmes Harbor clamming resumes

  • Today at 10:11AM

Shellfish harvesting is returning to Holmes Harbor after a nearly nine-year hiatus.

Land Trust eyes Monroe Landing for preservation

  • Today at 10:00AM

The scenic acreage that surrounds Monroe Landing has been a home and refuge to many. Initially one of three Salish villages located on the shores of Penn Cove, the beach made a perfect canoe landing area and temporary encampments cropped up around the cove.

Nichols workers stretch to better health: 10-minute exercise routine cuts injuries in half

  • Today at 8:00AM

The crew at Nichols Brothers Boat Builders are tough, grizzled, even burly. They’re the quintessential shipyard workers, which makes picturing their 10-minute morning exercise routine a bit hard to image. In dirty overalls and leather welding jackets, these rough-and-tumble men and women will be found with hands on their hips and dipping one knee, and then the other; throwing their hands above their heads and then swinging them back down behind them; reaching forward with one arm while stretching the opposite leg back.

Whidbey Island Waldorf student cultivates improved water quality

  • Today at 6:00AM

Eighth-grader Connor McDanniel has crafted an end-of-year project to help mitigate the effects of storm water runoff in Maxwelton Creek.

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