MG Training Information: Interested in Becoming a Mason County Master Gardener?
WSU Master Gardener volunteers provide educational programs, free advice and answers to questions on home gardening and landscape maintenance, pest management, and composting to Mason County residents. Volunteers help at plant clinics, classes, our Catalyst Food Bank and Community Demonstration Garden, garden tours, and our annual plant sale. To become a certified Master Gardener, participants complete the online and face-to-face training programs and fulfill 60 hours of approved volunteer hours within a year of completing the coursework. After certification, ongoing volunteer hours are required to maintain status as a Master Gardener. Being a Master Gardener is an opportunity to improve your own knowledge and support the community!
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Have a gardening question?
To help you with your gardening questions, the Master Gardeners staff a plant clinic in the office on Mondays from noon to 3 pm mid-January through mid-November. If Monday is a holiday, Master Gardeners will be in the clinic on Tuesday that week. You can email your plant questions to:: firstname.lastname@example.org, use the Contact Us section below or call and leave a message at 360-427-9670 Ext. 687. We would love to help you!
We also staff a plant clinic table at the Shelton Farmer’s Market on Saturdays from May through September. Stop on by!
Catalyst Park Demonstration Garden donated 2,612 pounds of fresh produce to Saints’ Pantry Food Bank During the 2018 growing season!
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- Request for Master Gardener Volunteer Credit Form
- New Project Proposal Form
- MG Reimbursement Form & Procedures 2019
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