Contact WSU Master Gardeners with Gardening Questions:
WSU Master Gardeners are available to answer gardening questions via phone and email!
For help with a plant problem or plant/insect identification:
2. OR drop off a completed plant problem or plant/insect ID form with a physical sample attached in a plastic bag. Samples can be dropped off at our WSU Extension office in Friday Harbor (look for cooler outside the door), or at the Orcas Island library during their open hours
3. If you have a general gardening question, you may leave a message at (360) 370-7663 or email email@example.com
Please note it may take a few days get back to you.
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Are you a gardener in San Juan County? Do you enjoy learning and sharing your knowledge with others? Have you just moved to the islands and want to get involved in the community and learn about gardening in our unique ecosystem? The WSU Extension San Juan County Master Gardener Volunteer program may be just what you are looking for! Find out more!
Calendar of Events
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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.
Read about the WSU Master Gardener program vision, mission, values and critical areas addressed by the program here.