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Continuing Education for Master Gardeners

Program Contact: Alex duPont, Master Gardener Program Coordinator
360-395-2368 •

ALL of the opportunities listed on the CE page are pre-approved for CE credit.

Training on this page is for WSU Extension Master Gardeners and not for public dissemination

Live Events 
(Further description)

Northwest Pollinator Diversity

There will be a workshop on pollinators and native plants offered by the North Cascades institute. They will be holding much of the workshop in the Discovery Garden.
The workshop will be on Saturday, August 7th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The cost is $110.

WSU 2021 Forest Stewardship Summer Webinar Series Starts July 29th

Join WSU Extension Forestry for a series of live webinars on all new forest stewardship topics. The webinars are free, but preregistration is required. Each webinar is offered twice: one from 12:00-1:00 PM, and again from 7:00-8:00 PM. If you are interested in a webinar but are unable to attend, please register anyway so you can receive a link to the recording afterward. • 29th of July, 2021 ( Who lives here now? Wildlife at home), • 5th of August, 2021 (The Bradley Method of noxious weed control), • 12th of August, 2021 (Variable density thinning), • 17th of August, 2021 (Forest health highlights), • 19th of August, 2021 (Lions and fishers and bears, oh my! Current events in Northwest wildlife management), • 26th of August, 2021 (Healthy forest understories and the weeds that get in the way),

Gardening with Physical Limitations Webinar Series

2021 Gardening with Physical Limitations Webinar Series Everyone Can Garden! - A five-part vegetable gardening webinar series for people with physical and other limitations. Do you have a physical limitation such as mobility issues, chronic pain, arthritis, and skin sensitivities that constrains outdoor activity?

Pacific Northwest DEWS June Drought & Climate Outlook Webinar: June 28, 2021

Pacific NW Drought Early Warning System has posted a webinar summary and recording for those that were unable to participate in the live event.

Also, they will be having another webinar on Monday, August 23, 2021!


Master Gardener Advanced Education Conference!

Early registration opens on Tuesday, June 1st.  Save $30 by registering before August 1st. Registration information, all details, class and instructor information can be found on the 2021 WSU Master Gardener Advanced Education Conference website at

Learn and Grow!  This year’s Conference is presented by the Master Gardener Foundation of Washington State and offers an exciting range of approved CE/Continuing Education.  Classes are focused on Garden Mastery, Growing Food, Master Gardener Skills, Garden Sustainability, and Garden Maintenance, taught by a broad range of topic experts and WSU educators.  Enjoy an inspiring Keynote presentation by world-renowned garden photographer and visual storyteller, David Perry.  Registered attendees will be able to log 10 hours of CE credits during the conference, take advantage of recorded classes totaling 36 CE credits, AND enjoy custom-designed optional virtual pre-Conference tours for additional CE. The conference will also offer a Marketplace and Silent Auction – all enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.

Join gardeners from near and far this fall.  It’s going to be a great conference.

Live Events (Month View)

Live Events by Date

Sat 07

Northwest Pollinator Diversity (CE)

August 7 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tue 10

OSU Level Up Series (CE) (Free)

August 10 @ 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Wed 11

Mycoforestry for a Greener Future (CE, $15)

August 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Thu 12
Thu 12


On Demand


WSU Webinars and Videos

Pesticide Training:

WSU Business, Policies and Procedures Manual: Pesticide Policy

Pest Management Recommendation Training: Refresher on Pest Management Agreement by Catherine Daniels, Director, Washington State Pest Management Resource Service. 30 min. YouTube

Pesticides, People, and Pollinators: Answers to tricky pesticide questions from the National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC) and OSU. 1 hr. YouTube

Asian Giant Hornet: Conducted by Karla Salp, Washington State Dept. of Agriculture. 1 hr. Zoom recording

Other Topics:

Plant Pathology & Plant Problem Diagnosis: Presenter: Rachel Bomberger, WSU Dept of Plant Pathology. Zoom recording

Beekeeping Today Podcast

Linda Chalker-Scott’s The Informed Gardener podcasts

View Past WSU Pesticide License Recertification Videos

View recorded Brown Bag Seminars on YouTube
Note: MGs will receive 20 hours credit once you earn the certificate. You cannot do individual modules.

Best Practices for Community Gardens During COVID-19

On the webinar recording page you will also find an updated version of the webinar slide handout that includes the hand washing station picture.
Watch the Alternatives to Lawns Webinar on YouTube. Tired of mowing your lawn? Whether you're an owner or renter, learn about eco-friendly ideas to keep your lawn area healthy from this October webinar recording.
Watch the Rain Garden Webinar on YouTube. Learn about lawn alternatives can help the Puget Sound by collecting, absorbing and filtering the rain that runs off your roof.