by Zach Royer | email@example.com
Three local businesses from Jefferson County have made it as semi-finalists in this year's $20,000 edg3 FUND competition offered by Kitsap Bank.
Fifteen small businesses from around the state made it to the semi-finals this year but just five will advance as finalists and compete for $20,000 at the edg3 FUND Live Event on November 15th!
Voting ends on September 28, 2018 - so be sure to cast your vote now.
Kayak Brinnon specializes in biologist guided kayak tours of the Hood Canal. Environmental education is their emphasis. In addition to tours they rent kayaks and SUPs and teach people how to shuck oysters and catch crab. They feel that educating families about the wildlife of the Puget Sound is important to the future of its health. Furthermore, harvesting one's own food gives people an appreciation for the environment from which it came.
With EDG3 funding, Kayak Brinnon plans to expand their services to include guided overnight camping trips, high bank waterfront delivery, and have the ability for on-water and secluded area rescues.
Kodama Farm is a small, permaculture-inspired farm started in 2016 by a trio of farmers in their mid-twenties. They grow over 300 varieties of vegetables, fruit (including citrus), and herbs that supply their personalized Full-Diet CSA and the Port Gamble Market.
Their vision is to create a welcoming destination and eventually start a farm-to-table restaurant at Kodama, all while developing and maintaining a healthy, vibrant ecosystem.
With conventional agriculture being one of the leading contributors to climate change, and the average age of farmers nearing 60, the need for sustainable farms, led by young farmers, is more urgent than ever.
To seek out the world's most enchanting, rare and extraordinary Theobroma Cacao. To reverently and gently create this, "Food of the Gods". To respectfully present it to you in its purest form possible.
The Aztecs believed this remarkable and precious gift of cacao was brought to earth on the beam of the morning star. With thoughtful attention and practices, starting with genetics and farming through the long journey to become chocolate, The Cocoa Forge returns cacao to its rightful place of honor and appreciation.
Only by awakening our curiosity and awareness of these fine-flavored varietals will they be preserved.
UPDATE: 20 people have already confirmed for the event. If you need a ride, or can provide one for others, please use the contact form below to contact event organizers.
WHEN: OCTOBER 27th, 2017 between 4-5PM
WHERE: JEFFERSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE BALLOT DROPBOX
PORT TOWNSEND - We're looking for a commitment from those who are voting No on Proposition 1 to hand deliver their ballots to the Jefferson County Courthouse drop box (the courthouse closes at 4:30, but ballot boxes will be open 24 hours a day). This will be a good opportunity to meet other liberty minded folks, as well as a demonstration that rural voters are a powerful presence.
There are many reasons to oppose Proposition 1. We welcome all comers.
Please let me know if you are in need of transportation, or are able to provide transportation. If we can get 20 or so confirmations I'll see if I can get some of the local bloggers and media sources to cover the event.
Open House Wednesday, October 4th 2017
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