Skagit County Master Gardener Foundation

Cultivating plants, people and communities since 1977

The Skagit County Master Gardener Foundation
supports and promotes these
WSU Skagit County Master Gardener Programs

• Volunteer maintained Discovery Garden to inspire and educate the public - watch the video!
• Weekly Plant Clinics in Anacortes and Burlington to provide assistance with plants, trees, landscaping and gardens including pest and disease identification
• Monthly Ask a Master Gardener Booths at the Mt. Vernon, Sedro-Woolley and Concrete Farmers Markets
Newspaper Articles “Ask A Master Gardener” columns are featured monthly in the Skagit Valley Herald
• Monthly Know & Grow gardening lectures
• Mentors for Rain Gardens and Community Gardens
• DIG-IT! elementary school program
• Skagit Master Gardener Plant Fair, held annually the Saturday of Mother’s Day weekend
• Speakers for events and community groups

Download our Program Overview or check out our printable Resources Guide

Start a Vegetable Garden

All the resources that you need including an extensive library of publications and articles

Cultiva tu propia biblioteca de alimentos incluye documentos en español
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Become a WSU Skagit County Master Gardener!

Sign up now for 2023 WSU Skagit County Master Gardener Training.  Applications due by October 31st, 2022.
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WSU Skagit County Extension
Plant Clinics

Let the Skagit County Master Gardeners provide science based recommendations to solve your gardening problems.

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Ask a Master Gardener Booths

Stop by and see us at Skagit County Farmers Markets for assistance with plants, trees, landscaping, and pests. We also have booths at public events such as the County Fair.

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Volunteers Area
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Discovery Garden

WSU Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center (NWREC) Mount Vernon, WA

Free Admission

Open to the public from dawn to dusk daily

Signage throughout the garden introduces and explains the plants and growing techniques used.