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Agricultural Code & Signage

August 8th, 2013 by Diane Fish

I know that MOST of you will be coming to our Canning Q& A at the Bainbridge Island Grange that night…but should you be so inclined to skip that there is lots of other aggie stuff to check out!

KCAACome to learn more & ask questions about what’s happening with the Agricultural Code in Kitsap County. Featuring members of KCAA’s Policy Committee, staff from Kitsap County’s Department of Community Development, and other involved farmers & citizens.  We would love to have some questions submitted in advance to help get this discussion started. For those interested please submit questions to kcaa4u@yahoo.com.

What: Roundtable Discussion on Agricultural Code & Signage

Where: North Kitsap Fire & Rescue
26642 Miller Bay Road NE
Kingston, Washington 98346

When: Tuesday, August 13th @ 6:30pm

What to Bring: Yourself, a friend, questions, and a dish to share (not required to attend).

No reservation is needed for KCAA’s Monthly Meeting. Please come to learn and share.

This is a FREE educational opportunity and community potluck – we hope you will join us!

Questions? Contact us at kcaa4u@yahoo.com
Kitsap Community & Agricultural Alliance
www.kitsapag.org

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