Volunteers are needed to help look for marine invasive species. Linda McCann of the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center and Gary Freitag of the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program explain. Meet at the lower UAS campus, 600 Stedman Street on Saturday (9/28) at 9:00 am. BioBlitz
Ketchikan and Vicinity Forecast
Scattered showers before 1pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 50. Southeast wind 15 to 20 mph increasing to 20 to 25 mph in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 50%.
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In the Garden
The garlic is planted, the celery is harvested, the last of the lettuce has succumbed to the cold weather and the kale, well the kale is pretty happy. In fact, the kale is definitely in charge in it’s part of the garden. In the last month, I’ve repeatedly covered the kale at the front of the garden, placed a rock on the garden ledge to hold the cover down, only to find within a day or two, the rock on the ground and the kale poking out from under the covering. To say I’m impressed is putting it mildly. I know kale is touted as a super vegetable, but this was never mentioned in all the descriptions of what the plant could do. KRBD’s kale has serious muscle !
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