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Our Mission: We educate people about sustainable gardening in the Pacific Northwest, via annual Master Gardener trainings, educational opportunities for the general public and recommendations and advice delivered by trained volunteers.
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Oregon's Master Gardener program has given two Douglas County residents its highest statewide awards this year in recognition of their volun
By Shannon L. Cheesman, KATU.com Producer/Reporter Published: Feb 22, 2012 at 10:51 AM PST Last Updated: Feb 22, 2012 at 6:01 PM PST
The IMGC is held every other year. In 2013, a cruise will depart from Seattle, with stops in Alaska and Vancouver, BC.
A list of volunteers by county that have been recognized.
Master Gardener Karen Morrison of Albany is on a mission to show families how to grow their own vegetables