Master Gardener 2014 Projects

The mission of Master Gardeners worldwide is to education the residents of Cache County about healthy / sustainable gardening practices.

—Native Plant Propagation Workshop: Two sessions:  Thursday, March 13 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.and Saturday, March 15 from 9:00 a.m. to noon. See the home page for more information.  Call the Extension office to register—435-752-6263

Alterniscapes 2014 Self-Guided Garden Tour on Saturday, June 7th from 11:00 a.m. —4:00 p.m. Garden hosts are needed for the  8 or 9 gardens on this years tour. Gardens will feature native and water-wise gardens.  The Tour Headquarters will be at the Intermountain Herbarium on the USU campus... east of the Edith Bowen Laboratory School (parking in the lot off 850 North 1200 East, Logan)   Follow the signs and balloons.  $5.00/person. Call The Extension Office for more information:  435-752-6263

— American West Heritage Center is looking forward to working with us to plan, plant and take care of some of their garden areas.

—Cache Valley Gardeners Market. We have a booth each week at the Gardeners Market in Logan where we can help residents of the valley with gardening questions and healthy gardening practices. This year the market will be held in Horseshoe Park in Willow Park. 500 South 700 West.

—Master Gardeners Class:  There will be a Master Gardener class in 2015. The class is usually held from the first of February to the beginning of May.  Master Gardeners is a volunteer organization. Once you take the class you need to volunteer 40 hours the first year to receive your MG certificate and 25 hours thereafter. There are many ways to earn these hours and—it’s fun.