Lincoln County Master Gardeners

Bob Rost

Started in 1982, the Lincoln County Master Gardener™ program educates and trains volunteers who provide research-based, sustainable gardening information to backyard gardeners and professionals in Lincoln County through education and outreach programs. Master Gardener Volunteers can help with diagnosing plant and insect related problems, soil preparation, plant maintenance and propagation, correct pruning methods, identifying plants, and selecting appropriate plant materials for coastal gardening.

The training Master Gardeners receive provides them with tools to become better gardeners, an awareness of sustainable gardening practices, an opportunity to give service to others, and access to a network of fellow, like minded gardeners.

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Applications for the 2020 Lincoln County Master Gardener training are now available

Applications for the 2020 Master Gardener training are now available. Apply online Paper copies of the application are also available at the office or by calling 541-574-6534. Quick facts about becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer: Master Gardeners are highly-educated volunteers who share their sustainable gardening knowledge with their communities through education and outreach ... Read more...
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