Master Gardeners

Program Contact: Art Fuller, Master Gardener/Recycler Composter Program Coordinator
(360) 740-1216 • art.fuller@lewiscountywa.gov

The delivery format of Master Gardener Volunteer training in Lewis County is a year around program with online access segments and videos along with once a month face to face gatherings and topic relative field trips. Also, now available is rolling enrollment for training. For example, fill out your application in September and start training in October! Your year will be October to September, begin volunteering right away to put what you are learning to work right away! For more information check out the MG website, call or email Art Fuller at 360-740-1216 or art.fuller@lewiscountywa.gov

Get Started! Get gardening!

The WSU Lewis County Master Gardener Program provides research-based information on home horticulture. WSU Extension trained Volunteers are prepared to help with advice on growing plants, insect identification and managing disease problems.

Certification of  Master Gardeners volunteers requires a minimum of 60 hours answering gardening questions in the Plant & Insect Clinics, making educational outreach presentations and working within one or more of the county demonstration garden locations.

Our volunteers staff regularly scheduled Plant & Insect Clinics at the WSU Lewis County Extension office as well as in many locations during the gardening season, helping people learn to garden more productively where you can bring your gardening related questions.

Master Gardener Plant & Insect Clinic Hours
(360) 740-1216; Volunteer staffing, Monday (except holidays) and Wednesday; 9am – 3pm; Tuesdays, noon – 3pm, plus seasonal off site clinics.

Lewis County Master Gardeners Foundation webpage:
lewis-mg-mrc.org

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