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Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy “Music in the Garden” in Battle Ground next month. Planned musical entertainment includes harps, Native American flutes and ukuleles. Attendees can also stroll through the five-acre private garden of John and Laurie Rastall. Be sure to bring somet…

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Now that mosquito season has arrived, public health officials are notifying Clark County residents of ways they can do their part to prevent mosquito breeding in the area as the county Mosquito Control District begins monitoring floodwater areas and wetlands. 

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Homeowners beware: Japanese Knotweed can take over your property and it is not an easy kill. Knotweed, an invasive plant on the west coast, looks like bamboo, can grow to be six to 10-feet tall and completely dominates the environment in which it lives. 

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Starting May 1, 2020, there will be a new option on the table for what someone can do with their remains after they die. Recently passed Senate Bill 5001 will allow residents of Washington to have their body “recomposed,” essentially human composting. 

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The next Commission on Aging meeting will be discussing how trees and urban forestry play a critical role in strengthening social cohesion, bring community revitalization, and add economic value to communities. The meeting will happen at 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 15 on the sixth-floor Hearin…

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Did you know there are tens of thousands of known species of wasps worldwide? While we’re most familiar with the social wasps living cooperatively in large nests, like yellowjackets and hornets, the majority of wasp species are solitary, working alone or sometimes in small communal nests whe…

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Sunbridge Solar out of Washougal has been working towards a more advanced tomorrow for the community for the past nine years. They use American components and solar panels made in Washington.