Let's Celebrate Brinnon!

Please see new web page devoted to this event: brinnoninfo.com/celebrate

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Eleanor Sather, owner of Whitney Gardens and member of the Brinnon Group, said:

“Brinnon is a special place where the Dosewallips and Duckbush rivers flow into Hood Canal, a natural fjord. The elk herd wander through the town. We see Mount Rainier, we have easy access to the Brothers Wilderness and the Olympic National Park. The abundance of marine life, wildlife, and natural habitat make this a paradise for hiking, camping, fishing, kayaking, and being at peace in nature. With Celebrate Brinnon! we want to celebrate our diversity, culture, and entrepreneurial spirit.  We hope that people will come to see all that Brinnon has to offer, including the people and businesses that make Brinnon a rare and beautiful place to live and work.”  

Celebrate Brinnon! is sponsored by the Brinnon Group. All proceeds go to legal fees challenging the 'urban scale' resort at Black Point, and to promoting appropriate economic possibilities in Brinnon.

More information see Brinnongroup.org and Brinnoninfo.com. Want to volunteer? brinnongroup@gmail.com

About the Brinnon Group

The Brinnon Group began informally in 2001 and incorporated as a 501 c (3) in 2008. The Brinnon Group is dedicated to sensible development consistent with our rural character.

About Whitney Gardens

20,000 people from all over the world visit Whitney Gardens each year. Some return annually to share stories, see new additions to the garden and get reacquainted. Whitney Gardens is adjacent to the Dosewallips River where it fans out into Hood Canal. The 7-acre gardens feature plants, shrubs, water features, and trees determined by the University of Washington Department of Horticulture to be the oldest living specimens in the state.

Banner photo: Sunrise on Hood Canal, by Hannah Stern