King County Master Gardener Training Classes
Some of the Master Gardener training classes are open to the public. These classes offer CE opportunities to Master Gardeners to refresh their learning in this important training program.
Check the MGF Facebook page for more continuing education opportunities.
Free Garden Workshops and Talks
Here are two sets of talks that are free and open to the public:
- The Bellevue Demonstration Garden offers free Saturday workshops at 10:30 most weekends from January to mid-October. Here’s the list of the 2017 BDG workshops.
- The Snoqualmie Valley Library Talks (see their location here) are offered by the Clinic. These are free talks in their In the Garden series monthly from March through June. May 13 the talk is about Roses! Don’t miss it.
Master Gardener Continuing Education
What is continuing education for Master Gardeners about? Find out why is it important for Master Gardeners and about more opportunities for Master Gardeners in King County, updated January 13, 2017.
What is WSU Advanced Education Training? WSU offers a multi-day, state-wide conference for Master Gardener interns and veterans alike in most years. The host for this conference moves around the state to different counties It is an opportunity to meet other Master Gardeners, explore advanced education sessions, hear talks about statewide issues, learn about updated policies, and the latest research-based information about soil, common plant pests and diseases, and gardening skills.
SAVE-THE-DATES for Master Gardener Conferences!
September 20-23, 2017 for the WSU Advanced-Education Conference in Yakima. Watch for more information on this event.
July 10-14, 2017 for the International Master Gardener Conference will be held in Portland, Oregon, July 10-14, 2017. Sign up for the email newsletter to learn more about this event.
Savvy Gardener Classes
Cascade Water Alliance and the Saving Water Partnership are providing more than 80 gardening classes to help residents have beautiful, healthy, waterwise lawns and gardens. The entire list of classes can be viewed at http://savingwater.org/LawnGarden/SavvyGardenClasses/index.htm.