“WSU Master Gardener Program of Thurston County”
Do You Have a Gardening Question?
Do you have a plant eaten-up by bugs or diseases? Maybe you have a plant or weed you cannot identify? Or, you have a spot in your garden and you need advice on what to plant? That’s where the WSU Master Gardener and Master Recycler Composter volunteers of Thurston County can help.
Gardening/Composting/Recycling Question/Answer Clinic –
NEW SCHEDULE UPDATE – Email Only
Our WSU Master Gardener and Master Recycler Composter volunteers are answering your questions via email only.
If you have a question please email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: We are here to help, but wanted to let you know that we are receiving a larger than normal volume of questions. Our certified volunteers are working hard to answer your questions in a timely manner. We appreciate your patience and your desire for wanting accurate gardening/composting/recycling information. We look forward to serving you.
In-person Question/Answer Clinic at Thurston County Extension office is CLOSED
Our in-person and phone consultation question/answer clinic is currently CLOSED due to the Governor’s mandate. Once it is safe, we will post details of when we plan to reopen on this site.
The Gardens and Clinics are operated by WSU trained and certified volunteers. All services provided by Thurston County WSU Master Gardener and Master Recycler Composter volunteers are free to Thurston County residents. These volunteers can only provide information to home gardeners. Commercial farms and businesses need to contact Extension office for help, (360) 867-2162.