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Gardening in Clallam County
Clallam County is the northwestern-most county of the contiguous United States of America. It is a land of forested Olympic Mountains, Pacific Ocean shores, and fertile river valleys, located on the northern end of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. The county's land area is 1,752 square miles with 200 miles of coastline. The communities of Clallam County are nestled between the majestic forests of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Our climate is diverse, from the temperate maritime climates along the coastline of the Strait to the rain forests in the west. Winters are generally mild and summers are dry and short. Summer vegetable gardens need irrigation and vegetable varieties that have a short growing season are most successful.
Washington State University (WSU) Extension Service of Clallam County provides a variety of resources for home gardeners through the Master Gardeners of Clallam County. The provided information promotes gardening that is
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