Orchard hay is in!
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Orchard hay is in!
We will be closed Monday, May 30th, in observance of Memorial Day. Please remember to stock up early for your 3-day-weekend projects!
John McCrae wrote the poem 'In Flanders Fields' which inspired the use of the poppy as a symbol of Remembrance.
We're very happy to be hosting Paul, from Forgotten Kingdom Animal Shelter at the Co-op, between 10 and 2, today! He brought bunnies, hamsters, and guinea pigs!
Time for a baby chick break?
We're really excited about Everett Public Library's first Seed Swap, everyone! Spread the word, and let's start something amazing for the community, together!
Neighbors sharing seeds encourages a community culture of embracing biodiversity and sustainability. Sunday, May 15, drop by the tent in front of our Main Library entrance anytime from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to share seeds with your neighbors, get seeds for your home garden, and learn about local gardening resources!
If you are donating seeds, please be prepared to provide a short description of the seeds you’re donating, the quantity, and any growing notes.
No registration is required for this event. For more info, head to: epls.org/events
Lots of folks asking about Extra small leather gloves, the last few weeks -- folks must have some good projects lined up for Spring! You asked, we listened!
Now carrying frozen raw pet food, bone broth, goat milk, and frozen raw bones! Treat your pets to the best!
After a short hiatus, the Co-op Sales flyer is back for April!
Also, please remember we'll be closed on Sunday, April 17th, in observance of Easter.
Mother's day is May 8th, I bet your mom would love this garden feature. I know I would 😊
Ready for the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival!
Tulip Update for the First official day of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival! This photo was taken yesterday evening. 🌷🌷🌷
So this fellow flew into the warehouse this morning in hot pursuit of a pigeon...
Mayhem ensued from above.
We're guessing a Cooper's Hawk, but if anyone knows for sure, let us know!
If you're wanting to control some problem pests in your yard and garden, but prefer to avoid spraying chemicals, stop by and visit with us about the live beneficials we have available: ladybugs, mantids, earthworms, and beneficial nematodes!
Beneficial nematodes can be a great alternative to chemical pesticides, and a very effective addition to Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs. However, beneficial nematodes are living organisms and using them for pest control does require accurate information, proper storage and shipping and ca...
Backyard chickens are a popular hobby and great source of fresh eggs. We have folks asking every week if they can eat those little first pullet eggs their hens lay, when they get old enough and start laying.
Yes! You absolutely can!
As we’ve mentioned before, a benefit to shopping at your local farmers’ market is that you’re bound to run into new or unusual ingredients, things that a conventional grocery store doesn’t have access to or has perhaps forgotten about. Pullet eggs, or eggs laid by chickens less than one year...
Here's an enthusiastic shout-out for the Everett Garden Club -- these fantastic folks will be having their big plant sale again this year, after two years of pandemic!
They do a ton of great work for Everett, including founding the Evergreen Arboretum, educational programs, and community beautification.
May 7th is the day to mark on your calendar, 9 AM to 2 PM (or sold out) on the corner of 52nd and Evergreen Way!
Hey, look at that! It's St Patrick's Day, and we've made it through another winter. Time to plant a little hope in the garden!
🤣 the plant tags we really need
Horse-back gear hasn't changed much at all, and this is the coolest thing we've seen in a long time!
A re-creation of a 3,000-year-old horseman’s trousers helped scientists unravel its complex origins.
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Sweetheart February deals from Natural Balance! If your dog has food allergies or sensitivities, The Natural Balance Limited Ingredient diet might be exactly what you're looking for!
Need to try something new for feeding your pup? Natural Balance on sale right now!
Worms help to increase the amount of air and water that gets into the soil. They break down organic matter, like leaves and grass into things that plants can use. When they eat, they leave behind castings that are a very valuable type of fertilizer.
Idaho Fire logs are back in stock!
AND the feed they produce is locally-sourced!
Psst...we're here, with SafeStep, rock salt, heating pellets and logs, and whatever else you might need during the Big Brrrrrr!
Need an excellent cold-weather riding boot? We're pretty smitten with these!
Have you winterized your garden yet?
Tips for getting your plants and soil ready for winter to help prevent disease problems next season.
Stop in for Small Business Saturday for some GREAT 1-day-only sales!
Small Business Saturday is an American shopping holiday held during the Saturday after Thanksgiving in the United States during one of the busiest shopping periods of the year. This Saturday is always the last one in November, so it falls between November 24 and November 30.
Happy Thanksgiving, folks! Remember, we're closed Thanksgiving Day, but we'll be back Friday morning for our regular hours.
We wish you all a safe and warm holiday, filled with love and plenty.
Just to let folks know, the Co-op Supply annual meeting will be via Zoom again, this year. It will be held Tuesday, October 19th, at 6:30 PM. If you'd like a link, contact our administrative office in Marysville at 360-659-1236
Active role in our warehouse, as part of an organized and efficient team. Must be able to repetitively lift up to 50 lbs, and be on your feet.
Our September sales flyer is out! Stop by and visit the baby chicks! If you'd like us to send out flyer right to your email, you can subscribe here: https://tinyletter.com/Co-op_Supply/
Don't forget we'll be closed this coming Monday, September 6th, in observance of Labor Day! If you need to stock up, we're open Sunday between 10-4!
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