Education

Most Clallam County residents age 25 and older (92.7 percent) were high school graduates, which compares with 91.1 percent of Washington state’s residents and 81.7 percent of U.S. residents during the period 2014 – 2018.

Those with a bachelor’s degree or higher made up 26.1 percent of Clallam County residents age 25 and older compared to 35.3 percent of state residents and 31.5 percent of U.S. residents during the same period. (US Census Bureau, 2018)

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Teaching and preserving traditional and contemporary wooden boat building skills

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