Master Gardeners are university trained volunteers who teach research-based gardening information to the community including sustainable practices protecting the soil, water and air. To ensure these public services from the Master Gardener program continue, the Master Gardener Foundation of Spokane County fundraises to support the program.
A few metrics showing the program's contribution to the community...
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A Home Horticulture training will be offered state-wide online via the Zoom webinar platform and asynchronous courses on BlackBoard. Classes will be 100% online and will be taught by WSU faculty and staff, and regional experts.
Training is offered to all WA State residents who are 18 and over.
Learn about soil health, growing fruits and vegetables, managing garden pests and diseases, sustainable practices, and much more!
Join WSU faculty, staff, and regional experts online for this comprehensive 15-week class.
15 week program costs $300; registration opens November 14, 2020
Learn more and register here:
About Master Gardeners
The first Master Gardener program started in Washington state in the early 1970's when homeowners began requesting more accurate horticultural information and better advice about sustainable gardening practices.
Conversations on Nature:
A Virtual Fundraiser
Join us on Thursday, October 15 for a virtual fundraiser. A lively paddle raise will start the evening with a virtual keynote presentation from Jennifer Jewell.