WSU Master Gardener Program
WSU Master Gardeners are Volunteer Community Educators–
cultivating plants, people, and communities since 1973
WSU Master Gardeners are dedicated volunteers who are passionate about the mission of the WSU Master Gardener program to deliver science-based information to Washington State communities that helps to conserve and enhance our natural resources while improving the quality of life and wellbeing of Washington State residents. WSU Master Gardeners spend over 100 hours in training and give back a minimum of 40 hours of volunteer service to become certified Master Gardener Volunteer Educators. Once certified, Veteran Master Gardeners continue their education and their volunteer service to their communities.
For more information about the WSU Master Gardener Program:
- WSU MG Program Overview
- How to apply to become a WSU Master Gardener
- How to contact your county’s WSU Master Gardener Program
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