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Skagit Valley

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Skagit Valley

Tulips on a farm on the Skagit River delta
View west of the Skagit River Valley at Concrete (below center)
Skagit Valley between Rockport and Concrete

The Skagit Valley lies in the northwestern corner of the state of Washington, USA. Its defining feature is the Skagit River, which snakes through local communities which include the seat of Skagit County, Mount Vernon, as well as Sedro-Woolley, Concrete, Lyman-Hamilton, and Burlington.

The local newspaper is Skagit Valley Herald, published in Mount Vernon, Washington.

Between 1967 and 1983, there was a plan by Puget Sound Power and Light Co. to build two nuclear power plants in Skagit Valley, but due to controversy, these plans were shelved.[1][2]


  • Tulip festival 1
  • References 2
  • Further reading 3
  • External links 4

Tulip festival

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a spring festival attended by thousands of visitors.


  1. ^ retrieved 2007-08-06
  2. ^ | Nuclear Power Controversy in Skagit County, 1967 to 1983 | retrieved 2007-08-06

Further reading

  • Tulipmania : the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival : official festival guidebook, 1989, ISBN 0-89087-584-7
  • Skagit Valley fare : a cookbook celebrating beauty and bounty in the Pacific Northwest, 1996, ISBN 0-9615580-5-9

External links

  • newspaperSkagit Valley Herald
  • Skagit Valley Hospital
  • Skagit Valley College Library
  • Fidalgo Youth Symphony
  • Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
  • Skagit Valley Official Tourism Website

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