The Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County is a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1984 and incorporated as non-profit in 1987. In cooperation with Clark County and Washington State University, the Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County is dedicated to promoting research-based horticultural practices at the 78th Street Heritage Farm and other venues across Clark County through education, consultative programs and experiences which preserve or enhance our environment.
An all-volunteer nine-member Board of Directors and a volunteer Executive Administrator manage the Foundation. Membership in the Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County is open to all individuals who have an interest in home horticulture. Many (but not all) Foundation members have successfully completed the 12-week WSU Master Gardener training curriculum offered in the fall by WSU Extension in Clark County. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a member of our great organization.
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Just a few benefits of joining the Master Gardener Foundation...
Your dues help fund grants the Foundation awards annually.
Be part of a "growing team" propagating seedlings and plants for our annual fund raising plant sale.
Help support the WSU Clark County Extension's valuable work.
Receive valuable discounts from these businesses that support our mission: