112th Mini Mart

112th Mini Mart
112th Mini Mart is listed in the Convenience Stores category in Everett, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for 112th Mini Mart which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of 112th Mini Mart on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for 112th Mini Mart is:
615 112th St SE
Everett, WA 98208
(425) 348-7530

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112th Mini Mart has an overall ZapScore of 80. This means that 112th Mini Mart has a higher ZapScore than 80% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Everett, Washington is 31 and in the category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Washington State Department of Agriculture was live.
Transplanting on a CSA - Helsing Junction Farms planting lettuce and kale starts for a fall crop! Filming for Season V of Washington Grown! #WASpecialtyCrops

#BeCounted! A message from US Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, on the importance of participating in the #AgCensus. Did you know if you make $1,000 or more on agriculture sales, you count as a farm? U.S. Department of Agriculture

Washington State Department of Agriculture shared Master Gardener Foundation of Washington State's photo.
Coddling moth? Apple maggot? Growing apples isn't the easiest endeavor because many pests find them as tasty as we do! If you grow apples, whether commercially or for your own enjoyment, you are responsible for managing pests. Don't have the time? Remove the apple trees from your property to prevent them from a becoming breeding ground for pests.
Why Backyard Fruit Trees Are Not for Everyone #pnw #askamastergardener http://ow.ly/1NeP30dy66q

Washington State Department of Agriculture shared WSU Food Systems Program's event.
Interested in transitioning to organic? Join us for a farm walk and learn more! We're partnering with Tilth Alliance and WSU Food Systems Program to put on this event. Sign up today!
Join us at KS Orchards in Grant County where growers will share their experience in adopting organic practices and completing the certification process. Owner, Dain Craver, has successfully transitioned several of his orchards to organic, including KS Orchards, which has been certified since 2010. Representatives from the WSDA Organic Program will also be available to answer questions regarding the certification process and connect you with resources to successfully transition your own operation. For more information on organic certification, visit the WSDA Organic Program website. WSU and @[163533807553:274:Tilth Alliance] collaborate for the fourteenth year of the Farm Walk program! The program was designed to transfer the hard-earned expertise of established farmers to the current and next generations of sustainable producers. Each Farm Walk features farmer-to-farmer education through a tour of farm or business, with guest experts on hand to share the most current research and resources. Farm walks usually take place on Mondays, from noon-4 p.m. Registration is $15 for Tilth Alliance members and students and $25 for non-members. Questions? Contact us at register@tilthalliance.org or (206) 633-0451 ext. 106. REGISTER: http://bit.ly/2v16mXU
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Happy Monday! We thought you'd like to meet another #wagrown farm family! Meet the Williamsons from George. In this clip, they talk about growing sweet corn. Last year the Washington Grown sweet corn episode, of which this is a part, won an Emmy!