Raising funds to support horticulture education in Clark County

We work in partnership with the Clark County Master Gardener Program to promote sustainable horticulture education throughout our county and support Master Gardener volunteer activities

Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County

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The Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County financially supports the education programs and projects of the WSU Clark County Master Gardener Program. In addition, we award grants that support horticulture education projects throughout Clark County. Our fund raising activities are collaborative efforts with WSU Master Gardener volunteers.

Thank you for another successful Mother’s Day weekend plant sale!

Thank you for shopping at our plant sale this year. Thanks to you we broke our record in sales! This and foundation memberships provide almost all of the funds we raise to support the Master Gardener program and fund horticulture education grants.

Bookmark this page. We’ll begin posting information about the 2025 plant sale beginning in January.

Each fall we elect three new board members. Nominations are now being accepted for board candidates. If you are a foundation member interested in helping to lead the Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County on our board or know someone who would be, submit your nomination by August 1st. More information and the nomination form is on our board page.

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Making a difference

The foundation funded a new greenhouse in 2023 to replace the houseplant team’s greenhouse which was almost 50 years old!

The spirit that led Wanda Wilson and Jim Whitlock to devote so much time to houseplants pervades this Farm. Gardening volunteers here work selflessly and tirelessly to help the earth and our society to survive these stressful times. The group that demolished the old, dilapidated greenhouse, and erected this fine structure overcame many obstacles and were responsible for saving tens of thousands of dollars in labor costs.

Profound thanks to the Greenhouse 7 construction crew: Chuck McCracken, Blair Wolfley, Mike McMurry, Stuart Campbell, Cheryl Cazenave, Rob Bacon and Chris Marlahan. Many others participated, as well.

We also thank Clark County staff and leadership for their support in this project.

WSU Extension Master Gardener Program

The WSU Clark County Master Gardener Program engages university-trained volunteers to empower and sustain diverse communities with relevant, unbiased, research-based horticulture and environmental stewardship education.