Training to become a WSU Master Gardener will take place on Tuesdays Jan. 31- March 31 2017 from 9:30-4:30pm. Volunteer trainees will receive over 60 hours of training, and in exchange provide at least 50 hours of educational outreach in their communities over a one-year period. Classes include soils, plant disease and management, water quality, composting, and weed identification. Many volunteers stay involved in the program for many years, sharing their love of gardening and learning with their community and fellow volunteers. Download the 2017 MG application.
Take a look at the WSU Master Gardener Volunteer Position Description to see if it would be a good fit for you.
Contact Caitlin Blethen, Volunteer Coordinator, for more information. 360.370.7663