• May 2011

    Hi guys! We hope you all enjoyed the long holiday weekend. The fun continues here at the Hama Hama Farm, and we’re celebrating the low low tide this weekend (-2.4) by hosting another Open Farm Day, which is just a fancy way of saying we’ll let you go out on the beach to harvest your […]

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    Rama Wrap Up

    May 25, 2011

    The first ever Hama Hama Oyster Rama was fun, exhausting, at various times either hilarious or mellow, well-attended, delicious, and productive. We raised nearly $5,000 for the Hood Canal Education Foundation and had a great time doing it. [UPDATE: This was a guess, because we were waiting for the final number to come in… and […]

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    Oyster Rama Update

    May 19, 2011

    We’re no longer selling tickets online, but will have some available for last minute purchase the day of the event. If you have tickets in hand, we hope you’re as excited as we are! See you soon!

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    It’s not quite a tabby wall, but it’s as close as we could come. We’re using our culch bags to create a burly fence around the waterfront in preparation for the first ever Hama Hama Oyster Rama. (THIS WEEKEND!) The Rama Fortress will be guarded by the denizens of the beer garden, who will have […]

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    So, is it an animal?

    May 11, 2011

    We’re two days into our 5 day recreational shrimp season in Hood Canal, and both shrimp openings (last Saturday and today) have been extremely windy. Naturally, the intervening days have been peaceful and calm. Saturday was so rough it scared one of the gray beards off the water before he even dropped his pots. Today, […]

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    Moon snail, by Mike Nudibranch, by Alex.

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    7 leg star

    May 4, 2011

    This guy has a leg up on all the other sea stars

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