The Clatsop County Master Gardener Association (CCMGA) is part of the Oregon Master Gardener Association, a state-wide non-profit organization. Anyone who has completed the Master Gardener training program and who wishes to join is encouraged to participate.
Mission Statement: In partnership with OSU Extension, Clatsop County Master Gardener Association provides research based home horticulture advice, education and outreach to our community.
Vision: With the vision of enhancing our environment for generations, CCMGA endeavors to be the best source for quality gardening knowledge on the north coast.
President: Debbie Haugsten
Past President: Von Whithey
Vice President Public Relations: Ann Acton
Vice President Membership: Janet Darcher
Secretary: Mary Lillidahl
State Representative: Roberta Harper
Alternate State Representative: Linda Holmes
Although Master Gardener trainees learn quite a bit about how to care for their own yards and gardens from their training, The Master Gardener Program, at its core, is a public service program. Toward this end, we work to
The OSU Extension Office/Information Line - Tuesdays May thru October from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Master Gardeners research answers to questions, give advice, help local gardeners solve problems, and refer problems to extension agents when necessary.
Plant Clinic booths at the Astoria Sunday Market and Thursday River People's Farmers Markets in Astoria. Master Gardeners give gardening advice and answer gardener's questions during the respective market season. Plant Clinic booths at the Cannon Beach and Seaside Farmers Markets (Tuesdays and Wednesdays respectively during the market season.
The children's Little Sprouts Program at the River People's Farmers Market and Seaside Farmers Market.
The annual Spring Garden Seminar at the Clatsop County Fairgrounds.
The CCMGA Demonstration Garden at the Clatsop County Fairgrounds.
Demonstration Garden tours and information at the Clatsop County Fair.
The Seaside Kids Gardening Camp in collaboration with the Sunset Empire Parks and Recreation Youth Center summer camp program.
The Fresh Starts Program at Astoria High School.
The culminating Winterizing Your Garden event at the Clatsop County Fairgrounds.
Recertification Packet: Recertification packets are available at the Extension Office.
2017 Master Gardener Class Packet (class location and schedule can be found on pages 2 - 4).
Reporting Volunteer Hours:
Classes begin Jan 10, 2017 - Tuesday and Thursday nights! Please click on the above link for more information!