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Master Gardener Program

Erika Johnson, Program Coordinator: erika.d.johnson@wsu.edu
(360) 397-6060 Ext. 5738


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Comparison: Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County vs Master Gardener Program

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Comparison: Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County vs Master Gardener Program

Serving the community TOGETHER since 1984.

It’s easy to confuse these the Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County and the WSU Clark County Master Gardener Program. Our names sound very much alike. We are different, but we work together to promote gardening activities in Clark County.

Read below to learn about what each organization does to further our mutual goals.

 

Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

MG Found logo black oval filled with mint green with text and shovel and rake icons.Purpose: The Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County (MGFCC) provides financial and in-kind 
support to the Master Gardener 
Program and other community 
horticulture programs in Clark County.

Leadership:
A nine-member, elected 
board of directors and an appointed executive administrator manage the Foundation. All of these positions are voluntary and unpaid.

Members:
Dues-paying individuals, families, and businesses.

Programs Include:

  • Mother’s Day Weekend Plant Sale
  • I-5 Welcome Sign Planting
  • Plant Holding Area at Home & Garden 
Idea Fair
  • Dig Team
  • MGFCC Clothing and Apparel Sales
  • Grants to Community Horticulture Programs

 

Master Gardener Program
A program of Washington State University.

Master Gardener Program artwork with MG flower logo in background.Purpose:
The WSU Master Gardeners program trains volunteers to be effective community educators in gardening 
and environmental stewardship.

Leadership:
A full-time coordinator 
reports to Extension faculty and 
receives support from the Washington State Master Gardener program 
coordinator in Puyallup, WA.

Members:
Trained, certified volunteers.

Programs Include:

  • Master Gardener Volunteer Training
  • Heritage Farm Answer Clinic
  • Community Workshops
  • Farmers Markets Booths
  • Clark County Fair Exhibit

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WSU Clark County Master Gardener Program
1919 NE 78th Street • Vancouver, WA 98665
(360) 397-6060 Ext. 5738

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