WSU Master Gardeners
Master Gardeners are experienced gardeners and volunteers who receive horticultural training from Washington State University Extension Specialists, agents and other Master Gardeners. They are here to share their gardening skills and training with others.
Does this sound like a volunteer activity you’d be interested in? If so, sign up for our training class and become a Master Gardener!
Master Gardener Program Activities
Master Gardener Training - Date TBD (check back for dates)
The Master Gardener Training includes WSU research-based computer training, field trips, labs, classroom participation, working with Master Gardener projects and committees. Each student receives substantial learning and reference materials.
Plant Clinic (March 3 – September 29, 2014)
Visit a Master Gardener Plant Clinic for answers to gardening questions and diagnosis of plant problems. Bring your plant and insect specimens! Every Monday (March 3-Sept 29; except holidays) from 1-4 at WSU Extension office. Summer clinics also take place at the Chimacum Farmer’s Market.
Gardening Classes and Educational Events
Brown Bag Lunch Lectures – This is a new, educational lecture series that takes place the third Monday of each month (March-November, 2014) in the Madrone Room at WSU Extension at noon. Check our calendar for the next chat!
Master Gardener Volunteers - Please remember to REPORT your HOURS
For help, call Master Gardener Coordinator, Jill Bacchieri, at 360.379.5610 x 210 or CLICK HERE TO EMAIL.
JCMGF is a nonprofit organization in a collaborative agreement with WSU Extension and is composed of Master Gardeners who voluntarily choose to join. The purpose of the organization is to further the mission of the Extension in educating the community with research-based horticultural information. The organization also enriches its membership through continuing education and fellowship. (click logo above for website)