What’s New?

The OSU Extension website is constantly being updated with new and current articles to support the public’s need for timely and relevant information. OSU Extension Master Gardeners refer to much of this content when advising and answering questions to the…

Classes

2022 OSU Master Gardener Training “Will OSU Extension be hosting trainings for new Master Gardener volunteers in 2022?”   Yes. Counties with Master Gardener Programs are planning for the 2022 Master Gardener trainings. Typically, applications for new Master Gardener trainees are available each fall, and…

Resources

A Master Gardeners’ recommendations are made only after consulting research based information. Oregon State University’s premier Horticulture program is the first check when addressing a gardening question. Below are links to many of the authorities used when addressing home horticulture…

TCMGA Blog

Finding the Mother Tree

Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest, by Suzanne Simard (2021)             Part of the master gardener’s experience is a heightened awakening to the complexities of relationships in the plant world, and how we can explore that and broaden our own…

Growing Wildflowers isn’t Difficult. And its Urgent!

In a shifting climate, with environmental diversity at risk, it’s never been more important to propagate native plants. Here’s how. ~ From the New York Times, Margaret Roach, September 8, 2021 The native perennial species of our meadows — milkweeds,…

This is What We Do

Learning Garden – Post-Fair Observations Master Gardeners were present in the Learning Garden during the Tillamook County Fair Aug. 11-14.  Hours were generally 9:30am to at least 6:15pm.  The total number of visitors to the garden was 889.  This number…