Sprite, which is short for Watersprite, is a house duck. A diaper-wearing, parade-walking, adolescent Ancona house duck, to be exact.
On Friday, Suzanne Jordan, a bio-regional herbalist, wildcrafter, founder and director of Cedar Mountain Herb School and adjunct faculty member at Bastyr University, will lead a workshop detailing the ways in which to use regional herbs as medicinals in emergency situations.
Ebey’s Reserve is looking for independent filmmakers of all abilities to participate in the May 6-8 competition that will showcase the Reserve and shine a spotlight on the National Park Service, which is celebrating its centennial.
At a meeting attended by about 20 people Tuesday night at the Coupeville Library, it was announced that the new friends group was forging ahead and the process of taking the first baby steps began.
Rarely a day goes by that Robert Pelant isn’t invigorated by some sort of interesting find on a sprawling piece of land he cherishes in Coupeville.
The Trudy Sundberg Lecture Series, three years in the making, will bring its first speaker to Whidbey Island stages on May 6 and 7.
Gas costs 10 cents per gallon, but on the drive home from filling the tank, a car may be delayed by cows crossing the road. Lanterns were the mode of lighting, even after the introduction of electricity, since it wasn’t on 24 hours a day. Trucks with benches passed as school buses and bartering for gas, eggs and chickens took the place of using money.