Minutes of Meetings of the MGFWS Board

The Board is composed of a representative from each county with a chartered chapter of the State Foundation, plus an Executive Committee made up of the President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Regional Vice-Presidents for Eastern, Northwest, Southwest, Metro and Peninsula Regions. The WSU Extension Master Gardener Program Leader is a non-voting ex-officio member of the Executive Committee. County Representatives are chosen by their respective counties, regional vice-presidents are elected by the Representatives of their constituent counties, and Officers are elected by the full Board.

All board meetings are open to the public, and Master Gardeners are encouraged to attend.


The 2016 meeting schedule is:

For more information about upcoming meetings of the Board or Executive Committee, email John Strong (strongware47@earthlink.net).

You may download minutes of Executive Committee and Board meetings by clicking on the dates listed below:

Board Meetings Executive Committee Meetings
September 2015 Board Meeting
June 2015 Board Meeting
March 2015 Board Meeting
October 2014 Board Meeting    2013 Audit Report
March 2014 Board Meeting
2013 Annual Members Meeting
February 22, 2013 Board Meeting
October 19, 2012 (pdf)
February 13, 2012 Board Electronic Vote Minutes (pdf)
October 21, 2011 Board Meeting (pdf)
September 22, 2011 Annual Meeting (pdf) October 4, 2012 Executive Committee email action (pdf)
May 13, 2011 Board Meeting (pdf) July 6, 2012 Executive Committee email action (pdf)
March 18, 2011 Board Meeting (pdf) April 3, 2012 Executive Committee email action (pdf)


Minutes of board meetings prior to 2011 may be accessed by contacting your representative to the state Master Gardener Foundation or by sending a request to the website administrator.

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