The Washington County Master Gardener Association™ (WCMGA) plant sale, Gardenfest, that was to be held on April 25, 2020 and some other WCMGA events, are being cancelled out of concern for the community and in compliance with government and OSU mandates.
Please continue to check back on this website for updates on all our events going forward for the most current information.
WCMGA is a non-profit. As Gardenfest was our major fundraiser for the year, we are looking for other options to raise the funds needed to operate our education and learning gardens and conduct our normal garden-education focused operations. We welcome your donations! Other ways to support WCMGA include:
- shopping on Amazon Smile and choosing WCMGA as your charity
- support through BottleDrop Redemption Program
- shopping at Fred Meyer and linking your rewards card to WCMGA
- shopping at Renee’s Seeds and entering order code FR2019A2
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tue06oct6:50 pm8:00 pm* Potential for Pollinator Conservatories Within Developed LandscapesGail Langellotto PhD Professor, OSU Department of Horticulture6:50 pm - 8:00 pm 4755 SW Griffith Drive, Beaverton, OR 97005Events:Free Monthly Lecture
thu22oct10:00 am12:00 pmEvent CancelledDividing DahliasBob Campbell, Master Gardener10:00 am - 12:00 pm 8005 SW Grabhorn Rd, Beaverton, OR 97007Events:In The Garden Series -- Learning Garden at Jenkins Estate
In cooperation with the OSU Extension Service, the Washington County Master Gardener Assocation (WCMGA) provides relevant, research-based education and outreach to the public about horticulture and household pests. This information promotes sustainable practices that minimize risks to human health and the environment. The Washington County Master Gardener Assocation (WCMGA) sponsors a wide variety of gardening–related demonstrations, lectures, seminars and workshops in various Washington County Oregon locations. Most of our events are free and open to the public. The WCMGA is a 501c3 non-profit supported by hundreds of volunteers, who work to educate the public about sustainable, affordable gardening.