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The Master Gardener Foundation holds monthly educational meetings, the first Tuesday of each month, except January, July and August. Meeting locations can vary so check the specific meeting announcement for location.  A volunteer appreciation picnic is held in July. Meetings are free to the public and members, and are held in an ADA compatible meeting room. Upcoming programs are advertised in The Columbian, The Reflector, The Oregonian, and other publications, as well as on this site and on our Facebook page.


Educational meetings are being held online using zoom.

Save the date - September 12, 2020 for a fall plant sale!

Click here to see events sponsored by other Washington Master Gardener Foundations
As many of you already know, the WSU Master Gardener Conference has been re-scheduled to 2021. Please click the link below for more information.

2020 WSU Master Gardener Advanced Education Conference
Jun 2nd Program:

MGF Monthly Educational Meeting
7:00 PM
Online Zoom meeting
Register in advance for this meeting:  

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Lessons I’ve Learned from My Vegetable Garden
with Ian Wilson, 
Portland Edible Gardens

Join Ian Wilson of Portland Edible Gardens as he shares his experiences with backyard vegetable gardening, from how he first became interested in vegetable gardening to some of his favorite vegetables to grow. Along the way, Ian will share some of his best tips and “how to’s” as well as some of the “not to’s” he’s learned.

Born and raised in Portland, Ian worked on and managed organic farms in Vermont, Argentina, Hawaii, and California before coming home to roost. He received an Advanced Certificate in Ecological Horticulture at UC Santa Cruz in 2010 before managing 18 acres of organic vegetables at 47th Avenue Farm, one of Portland’s oldest CSA farms, growing food for over 200 Portland area families. He started Portland Edible Gardens in 2013, and has never looked back.