• HOME
  • DIRECTORIES
  • EVENTS
  • NEWS
  • RESOURCES
  • TOURISM
  • ABOUT OHC
  • WHY JOIN?
  • JOIN OHC
  • OHC MEMBER LOGIN
  • CONTACT US
  • GOLD HORSESHOE MEMBERS

    Coastal's Weekly Journal: Emergency Preparedness, Plants that Harm Pets & Preparing to Add a Stove

    • Share:
    September 14, 2017
     
     
     
    Emergency Preparedness
     
     

    Safe Use of Public and Private Lands During Fire Season 

    September is National Emergency Preparedness Month. In the coming weeks, we’ll tell you how to compile a 72-hour emergency kit for you and your family. But with all the fires raging in the Pacific Northwest, now is the perfect time to highlight ways to avoid causing a wildfire. That’s why we’ve compiled a few of the ways you can minimize the possibilities of starting a fire on your property or when you’re hunting on public lands. 
    Read More...
     
     
    Preparing to Add a Stove
     
     

    What to Know Before Adding a Stove or Fireplace to Your Home

    Whether you’re going for ambiance, functionality, or a backup source of heat, adding a wood stove, pellet stove, or gas-burning fireplace can be a great addition to any home. Before you go out and buy a cord of wood or bags of pellets, there are a few things to consider. 
    Read More...
     
     
    Harmful Plants for Pets
     
     

    Know the Plants that Can Harm Your Pets   

    There are well over 1,000 different plants that can adversely affect dogs and cats, according to the ASPCA. While that’s a huge list, and quite worrisome, we’ve narrowed it down to 21 green suspects that are likely to cause harm if your pet were to eat them. 
    Read More...
     
     
     
    See our Flyer
     
    Coastal, Just what the country needs
     
     
     
    Contact:
    Joe Clemens, Marketing Director
    joec@coastalfarm.com, (541) 928-2511