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Master Gardeners Only - Daytime Training 2014
Badging Potluck for MG graduates of Day 2014 class and 2013 Night class. Tuesday, April 15, 2014 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Eugene Garden Club, 1645 High Street, Eugene. Tests and badges will be distributed.
Starting November 2012 all OSU Extension Service Master Gardeners in Lane County will keep track of their volunteer hours online: Report Volunteer Hours Online - Volunteer Reporting System (VRS)
Conditions of Volunteer Service Form
Basics of Pruning Handout - for all pruning classes
Master Gardener Google Calendar instructions.
Master Gardener Calendar.
How to get a gmail account.
LCMGA Board Meets at the OSUExtension Service office, 996 Jefferson St., Eugene on the Monday (12:00 p.m.) the week prior to the Tuesday night MG Seminar (third Tuesday of the Month). All MGs welcome.
Cookbook entries welcome for November 2014 book availability. Drop off form at the OSU Extension Service MG hotline room.
Market of Choice on Willamette - Schedule for veg waste pick upJan-March 2014 Market of Choice schedule
The coffee grounds pickup program with University Starbucks has been terminated. A new location is being considered
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Daytime Master Gardener Training 2014 Schedule
2014 MG Training Schedule. Homework questions and answers will be posted below. Bring any questions about the previous week's homework to review during the lunch session with your mentor. Print handouts and bring them to class each week.
Dec 4 - Introduction and Native Plants
Jan 8 - Tree ID
Jan 8 - Tree Fruits
Jan 15 - Small Fruits & Berries
Jan 15 - Soils
Jan 22 - Diagnosing Plant Problems
Jan 22 - Bugs 101
Jan 29 - Botany I (anatomy)
Jan 29 - Pruning Ornamentals
Feb 5 - Botany II (physiology)
Feb 5 - Spiders
Feb 5 - Bees
Feb 12 - Fertilizers
Feb 12 - Weeds
Feb 19 - Pesticide Safety
Feb 19 - Adaptive Gardening
Feb 19 - Lawns
Feb 26 - IPM
Feb 26 - Vegetable Gardening
Feb 26 - Edible Garden
Mar 5 - Water Quality
Mar 5 - Compost
Mar 5 - Plant Propagation
Mar 12 - MG Resources
Mar 24 - By 5 PM Finish take-home test due to the Extension Office, 996 Jefferson St.
Spring Creek Neighbors Natural Garden project is a MG stream-side improvement activity in the Santa Clara neighborhood. The following articles describe project results and plans:
If you are composting with coffee grounds please fill out, print and mail the following downloadable questionnaire:
Coffee Grounds Questionnaire:
Master Gardeners have been using coffee grounds as a nitrogen source for composting and vermiculture for severals years. With the increased use of coffee grounds in the past few there has been a significant recovery and reuse of this resource. We are now refining the coffee grounds collection system and public information to encourage greater consistent recycling and composting.