As a part of the state-wide Master Gardener Program, the Chelan/Douglas Counties Program assists Washington State University Extension to promote environmentally responsible gardening practices and healthy living through gardening. Read more about our state-wide program priorities.
WSU Master Gardeners are community volunteers trained by Washington State University in topics such as botany, weed identification, soils, lawn care, pruning, pesticides and insect management, plant pathology and plant problem diagnosis, and sustainable gardening practices.
The Chelan/Douglas Master Gardener program is centered in the Wenatchee valley and serves the entire Chelan & Douglas County area.
The WSU Extension Master Gardeners Program celebrates 50 years of service to Washington State gardeners.
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