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Master Gardeners

Program Contact: Spokane County Master Gardeners
(509) 477-2181 •

Master Gardeners are volunteers who have received training in research-based horticultural practices. They also volunteer their time to share this knowledge within their local communities. The goal of the Master Gardener program is to conserve and enhance our natural resources while improving the quality of life of Spokane County residents.

Plant Clinic & Resource Center


Ed Lester, Simone Ramel and Rose Griess

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:

Open for the Season

The Plant Clinic is open from March 1 through October 31
Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

If you would like, you may phone: 509-477-2181 or email using the contact form to the right.


Education Outreach

Gardening for Life

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.

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