The WSU community horticulture programs in Lewis County actively embrace “community” in educational programs and services.
The WSU Lewis County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program training is held year around. Training incorporates on-line videos and presentations, reading, and hands-on and field work at once a month all-day classes.
Lewis County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program offers rolling enrollment, this means that you can enroll any month during the year and complete the series from that start point. In example, if a trainee begins the course in March 2016 then their completion date would be February 2017.
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Trainees hone their new skills by working in plant and insect clinics answering gardening questions from the public as well as maintaining three demonstration gardens located throughout the county.
Master Recycler/Composter training is offered in partnership with the Lewis County Solid Waste Department. Trained volunteers provide community education and service at various recycling and community events throughout the year. Contact Art Fuller at 360-740-1216 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information about future training classes.
Sheila Gray has been with WSU Extension since 1995. Prior to her appointment to Lewis County Director in 2003, she was the Natural Resources/Horticulture Agent for Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties. Sheila’s background is in ornamental horticulture with crossover into native plants and forest seedling experience. She also holds an MA in public administration which she puts to use each day as the Lewis County Extension Director. She may be reached at 360-740-1214 or via email at email@example.com.
Art Fuller is our WSU Extension Lewis County Master Gardener/Master Recycler Composter Program Coordinator. Art brings enthusiasm and a wealth of knowledge to our programs.