Learn more about the programs we have to offer in our county.
Master Gardener Volunteers serve as human links between WSU research-based horticulture information and the general public, providing residents with knowledge about sound horticultural practices including water conservation and water quality protection, sustainable landscaping, integrated pest management and control of invasive species. Adoption of these practices by home gardeners can impact the economy and ecological value of home and public landscapes. We work closely with the Asotin County Master Gardeners.
The Master Gardener Foundation of Asotin and Garfield Counties is the fundraising entity for the Master Gardener Programs in Asotin and Garfield Counties.
Founded in 2004 as the Asotin County Chapter of the Master Gardener Foundation of Washington State, the Chapter updated its Bylaws in 2020 and changed its name to Master Gardener Foundation of Asotin and Garfield Counties (MGFAG).