Horticulture

Home Horticulture

WSU Master Gardener Volunteer Program

The Washington State University Master Gardener Program provides information on home horticulture to the public, including information on soils and composting plant structure, growth & development, planting and pruning trees and shrubs, plant disease and cultural problems, lawns and groundcovers, vegetable gardening, landscape design, herbaceous ornamentals, weeds and herbicides, entomology, insect management, integrated pest management, and low maintenance landscaping. Washington State University Master Gardener Program trains volunteers who pay back hours staffing answer clinics for the public, working on demonstration gardens, working with youth enrichment programs, giving presentations, and much more!


Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Food, Farm, & Natural Resource Systems This quarterly newsletter provides a discussion forum for people working towards community-based sustainable food, farm, and natural resource systems using interdisciplinary oriented research and practitioner knowledge. Published 2003 – 2010.


WSU Extension Farm & Food Systems Team

The WSU Farm & Food Systems Team works with communities to foster profitable family farms, land and water stewardship, and access to healthy food. On this site you’ll find resources for farmers and the general public, all related to sustainable community-based food and farm systems. The WSU Farm & Food Systems Team’s web site offers information relevant to family farms in Washington on crops, animals, food, marketing, soils and compost, farm resources, and publications.

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