Master Gardeners volunteer time to be educated and serve as human links between WSU research-based horticulture information and the general public.
Volunteers answer questions about a wide variety of horticulture issues, including plant selection, installation and maintenance; plant problem diagnosis and treatment; environmentally sound gardening practices, pest identification and management; and effective landscaping practices.
Master Gardener Plant Clinic Hours:
Temporarily Closed to Public Access
Please phone: 509-477-2181 or email using “Contact Us” to the right.
Volunteers teach youth, adults and seniors about gardening, researching and writing educational information, staffing information booths at community events, and other activities.
Master Gardener Volunteers make significant contributions to furthering safe and sustainable gardening practices. If you are a gardener in Spokane County, want to increase and share your knowledge, and are available to volunteer, think about applying to become a WSU Master Gardener.