Hood River County Master Gardeners Program ResourceMaster Gardener volunteers report total volunteer service hours by activity at the end of the year. This form is an aid for you to track your volunteer hours over the year by recording the date and hours worked each time you work on a project. Report totals at the end of the year.
Plant Clinic and Regional Resources
Fact SheetInformation on fruit tree pest management for the Hood River area. This guide includes pesticides currently registered for home use that have a reasonable chance of controlling the apple pests listed if applied at appropriate times with adequate frequency, and sufficient coverage.
Online ResourceUrban entomology is the study of insects and mites that affect people and their property. This site is a collection of .pdf bulletins, fact sheets and images of urban pests, their biology and, where appropriate, control.
Online ResourceThe plant identification system allows you to identify an unknown woody plant using a list of features. Click the appropriate link below for the kind of plant you are attempting to identify. The identification is limited to the more than 900 woody plants in the Oregon State Univ. Landscape Plants website.
Online ResourceThe purpose of this site is to help you identify common conifers and broadleaves in the Pacific Northwest. Inludes trees by common name, trees by scientific name, a dichotomous key, and mystery tree.
Master Gardener Program ResourceThe Master Gardener Code of Conduct describes the expectations of Extension Master Gardener trainees and volunteers. It must be signed and filed, before an individual can begin volunteering with the OSU Extension Master Gardener Program.
Master Gardener Program ResourceThis form emphasizes to volunteers that the MG Program strives to provide science-based, objective advice to clients. MGs cannot introduce their personal bias into recommendations.
Master Gardener Program ResourceThis form outlines how the title of Master Gardener can and cannot be used. For example, it cannot be used to sell or promote a product.