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Don and two previous Master Gardener of the Year recipients.

Interested in becoming a Master Gardener?

If you love gardening and want to support environmental education opportunities in your neighborhood, please check out everything the WSU extension Pierce County Master Gardener Program has to offer. Our county MG Program website has information on how to apply for Master Gardener certification this fall and what the training involves. We also offer general gardening tip sheets, links to education resources, and ways to support our mission in your community. We’ve got learning opportunities for all ages and all levels of horticultural experience.

Pierce County Golden Group Service Award

Pierce County Government holds an annual volunteer banquet to honor and recognize volunteers who have given generously of their time, talent, and expertise to Pierce County Government. In April, WSU Extension Master Gardeners were recognized. Please watch the accompanying video and, thank you Pierce County!

Follow us!

In Pierce County, we have an active presence on social media. Get your gardening fix every day! Check in to find out what is happening throughout the county and to learn the latest gardening best practices and learn about new programs. Follow us on both Facebook and on Instagram.

Don and two previous Master Gardener of the Year recipients.

Stay Connected!

Stay informed on all that is Pierce County Master Gardeners by visiting our family of sites:
Program Site. Our WSU Extension site focuses on all program activities.
Foundation Site. The site you are currently on, is the companion to the Program site, dedicated to funding our programs.
Facebook page. Visit Facebook to keep up within the Pierce County gardening community.
Instagram. Follow us on Instagram to keep abreast of key happenings in the County.
One Click to reach them all… just look to the icons on the top right corner of this page.

Don and two previous Master Gardener of the Year recipients.

The Advanced Education Conference is coming to Tacoma!

September 27-30, Tacoma Marriott

This fall, the Master Gardener Advanced Education Conference is coming to the Tacoma Marriott. This premier educational event is open to the public and is the featured conference for veteran Master Gardeners to stay on top of what is new in horticulture.

Learn more

Don and two previous Master Gardener of the Year recipients.

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The BDG online workshop series is your go-to resource for urban horticulture in the Pacific Northwest. Learn about the perfect growing conditions for your favorite perennials and annuals, as well as soil science, plant selection, pollinators, pruning, weed and pest control, and permaculture. Our featured speakers include Master Gardeners, horticulture experts, wildlife advocates, and university professors. It’s never been easier to sign up online for topics of interest, or register for the entire series at a discounted rate.

Master Gardeners in Pierce County:

Geographically, Pierce County covers more than 1,800 square miles of land and water with elevations rising from sea level to more that 14,000 feet.  Known for iconic landmark Mount Rainier, Pierce County is home to nearly one million Washingtonians.  

The Master Gardener Program in Pierce County is home to more than 400 volunteers who contribute their time and efforts across our Clinics, Demonstration Gardens, Youth Gardening, Speakers Bureau and much more.  Our efforts are focused on a range of horticultural related topics including: Climate Change; Soil Health; Pollinators; Local Food; Plant Biodiversity; Nearby Nature and Wildfire Preparedness.