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Weekly Meal Planning, Vol. 1.

meal planning Recipes

Solve the dinner dilemma while getting your vitamin D from the sea!

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Hood Canal History: Bridging the Logo

In preparation for our own centennial celebration (coming up in 2022!) we've begun researching the history of the Hood Canal region and will report our findings here on our blog!  Ever wondered where our logo came from??? It is based on the two beautiful bridges that span the two branches of the Hamma Hamma river as it empties into the Hood Canal. These arched concrete bridges, constructed in 1923 and 1924, are iconic waypoints along highway 101. (Read about the construction here). Before the bridges were built, the highway used to run up the valley a bit, to an older...

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Aug 7, 2009: Bridge Love

News from Here

The concrete bridges that span the two forks of the Hamma Hamma River estuary date back to the early 20s. Photo by Martha Archer.

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Job Available 2020: Seasonal Shellfish Plant Worker

jobs Team Hama

Looking for work? Join our team! Read on for a job description & application instructions.

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Mid October Saloon Report

This weekend's oyster lineup and a rundown of all the ways we're staying warm and cozy on the oyster farm.


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