Workshops & Events

MGwkshp collageThe Master Gardener Program sponsors, and co-sponsors with other area agencies, events, workshops, nursery tours, and much more. Our upcoming events are shown below listed in alphabetical order. Read more about each event by clicking its link.

Sign up for an event or workshop by following the instructions on the flyer or going to the Extension’s calendar (Select GARDENING from the categories to shorten the list of activities to only our items.)

Upcoming Workshops and Events

  • Blueberry Pruning workshop – Feb. 17, 2018Love juicy, sweet just-picked blueberries from your own bushes? Not sure how to keep them performing at their best? Join Master Gardeners for a workshop on blueberry pruning; Saturday, January 13 from 10am to noon. We’ll view a couple of short videos on blueberry pruning basics: when to prune, choosing which canes to cut, and where to cut them. We’ll discuss tools, garden sanitation, and how pruning is part of a sustainable and organic approach to blueberry plant care. Location provide upon registration (Hazel Dell area). Then we’ll head out to the on-site blueberry patch to practice our skills. This entails a 5-10 minute ... » More ...
  • Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop – Feb. 3, 2018Fruit Tree Pruning Increase the beauty and productivity of your fruit trees with this informative, hands-on pruning class. Timely pruning can improve the shape, strength, and fruit set of your trees, while simultaneously helping to reduce pest and disease pressure. The morning lecture includes general pruning theory. After a brown bag lunch, the class moves outside to practice specific techniques to help you learn how to make the best cuts on your fruit trees with confidence and skill. WHEN: Feb 3, 2017 — 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m COST: $45 REGISTRATION REQUIRED: http://bpt.me/3172218 LOCATION: Vancouver, WA (Exact location provided upon registration) BRING: Brown bag ... » More ...
  • Blueberry Pruning Workshop – January 13, 2018Love juicy, sweet just-picked blueberries from your own bushes? Not sure how to keep them performing at their best? Join Master Gardeners for a workshop on blueberry pruning; Saturday, January 13 from 10am to noon. We’ll view a couple of short videos on blueberry pruning basics: when to prune, choosing which canes to cut, and where to cut them. We’ll discuss tools, garden sanitation, and how pruning is part of a sustainable and organic approach to blueberry plant care. Location provide upon registration (Hazel Dell area). Then we’ll head out to the on-site blueberry patch to practice our skills. This entails a 5-10 minute ... » More ...