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Coronavirus COVID-19

COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed, or canceled. Effective March 16, 2020, WSU Extension county offices and WSU Research & Extension Centers will be closed to the public. We are available via email, phone, and webconference.

WSU Master Gardeners

Program Contact: Caitlin Blethen, Master Gardener Program Coordinator
(360) 370-7663 • mg.sanjuancounty@wsu.edu
Master Gardeners

Contact WSU Master Gardeners with Gardening Questions:

Due to COVID-19 and related Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, WSU Master Gardeners will not be working the community as usual, and the WSU office is closed to the public until further notice.

However, Master Gardeners are available to answer gardening questions via phone and email.

For help with a plant problem or plant/insect identification:

1. fill out and attach either the plant problem form or plant/insect ID form with at least one photo;

2. email form and photos to: mg.sanjuancounty@wsu.edu

3. if you have a general gardening question, you may leave a message at (360) 370-7663. Please note it may take a few days get back to you. 

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2021 WSU Home Horticulture Training

Learn to be a better home gardener and steward of the environment this winter with Washington State University Extension’s new online Home Horticulture Training program. Visit the WSU Master Gardener website for information about the training and how to register.

Calendar of Events

Please click here to visit our Calendar of Events page. Please note, all our in-person programs are currently cancelled.

What is the Master Gardener Program?

The WSU Master Gardener Program is a nationally recognized program that trains volunteers to serve their communities through horticultural education and outreach. Once volunteers receive training, they provide educational information to the public in home and subsistence horticulture including vegetable and fruit gardening, lawn and landscape maintenance, composting, native plants, plant problem diagnosis, pest control and many other concerns.

FAQ Page – Your Gardening Questions Answered!
Volunteer Resources (for current volunteers)

Have a question?

Problem with a particular plant? fill out the Plant Problem Form

 

Need help identifying a plant or an insect? fill out the Plant/Insect ID Form

 

Email forms to mg.sanjuancounty@wsu.edu, please attach photos. We are not accepting samples at this time.
General gardening question? submit it HERE
 

For information on the Master Gardener Foundation, visit our website at http://mgfsjc.org.