WSU Extension Clark County Master Gardeners are university trained community educators, dedicated to providing unbiased horticultural knowledge and resources. As a Master Gardener you will receive an abundance of gardening knowledge to support your own learning and interests. Becoming a Master Gardener is academically rigorous and maintaining your certification from year to year also requires dedication and time.
Clark County Master Gardener and foundation volunteers grow plants throughout the year at the 78th Street Heritage Farm in greenhouses our foundation leases from Clark County. These volunteers support our annual Mother’s Day Plant sale and other Foundation fund raising activities such as staffing the Clark County Home and Garden Idea Fair plant holding booth and planting the I-5 Welcome to Washington flower display each year.