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

  • 08-23-2017 On the Road Tour – Dazzling Dahlias, Pottery and Uncommon PlantsOur tour begins with a beautiful rural drive to Master Gardener Eve Hanlin’s hillside home where Eve will share her dahlia garden display and speak on growing and caring for dahlias and dahlia bulbs. The Hanlin family creates unique pottery items, which will be available for sale. Next, we will journey to Canby, Oregon, and Swan Island Dahlias, featuring nearly 40 acres of display gardens plus a gorgeous indoor display. Pick up a catalog and wander through the rows of dahlias to enjoy and/or select tubers to order. Swan Island also has a great gift shop. Secret ... » More ...
  • 08-12-2017 Gardening with Wildlife WorkshopHow we care for our home gardens and landscapes affects Pacific Northwest native wildlife – birds and mammals, amphibians and more. Providing for their needs encourages these creatures to spend time in our yards, allowing us to connect and commune with the wild. Join us for a presentation on inviting wildlife into your landscape. Learn about simple techniques you can use to attract wildlife to your garden. After the presentation, participants will help assemble habitat structures – bird and bat boxes – for placement at a nearby park. Bring gloves if you have them. Children 8 and ... » More ...
  • 07-22-2017 Gardening with Wildlife WorkshopHow we care for our home gardens and landscapes affects Pacific Northwest native wildlife – birds and mammals, amphibians and more. Providing for their needs encourages these creatures to spend time in our yards, allowing us to connect and commune with the wild. Join us for a presentation on inviting wildlife into your landscape. Learn about simple techniques you can use to attract wildlife to your garden. After the presentation, participants will help assemble habitat structures – bird and bat boxes – for placement at a nearby park. Bring gloves if you have them. Children 8 and ... » More ...
  • 06-17 Gardens For Small Spaces Hands-on WorkshopAre you interested in growing delicious vegetables at home your family can enjoy; but not sure how to get started? Join Clark County Master Gardeners for a workshop on vegetable gardens for small yards. Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 10am to noon. Location provided at registration site – Brown Paper Tickets. (In downtown Vancouver area.) Register at http://bpt.me/2949136 or by calling 397-6060 X 5738. The hands-on event will cover how to select your site, choosing easy-to-start-with vegetables, and will include tips on maintaining a new garden – all with limited yard space. This workshop is perfect for those who thought they lacked room to grow ... » More ...