Master Gardeners foundation

of Mason County

The WSU Master Gardeners Foundation of Mason County are volunteers who support the Mission of the WSU Master Gardener Program. The Foundation is the catalyst through which we do fundraising to help support programs that provide research-based information to the community. Examples of where and how we use research-based education:

  • Plant & Insect Clinic (helping solve those plant and insect questions)

  • Through the Garden Gate, our WSU Education workshop series

      • TTGG Fall Series - see info below - NEW THIS YEAR

      • Interested in a Through The Garden Gate 2-Year Journal - check it out here

  • Plant Sale (includes educating community about plants and horticulture practices)

  • Interested in having a Master Gardener present at your organization - check out our Speaker's Bureau for information.

Foundation Fundraising: Check out the Pumpkin Sale

Through The Garden Gate

Free Online FALL Events

Important Note: Meeting attendees must have a zoom account and be signed in to join these FREE online events.

Join from PC, Mac, Linus or Android by clicking this link: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/93883756520

Meeting ID: 938 8375 6520

Phone Call (long distance)

+1 253 215 8782

+12532158782,,93883756520# US (One Tap Mobile Call)

Contact Kendall Carman, WSU Master Gardener Coordinator at kendall.carman@wsu.edu or 360.427.9670 ext 682 if you have any questions.



WSU MG Mission Statement

Engaging university-trained volunteers to empower and sustain diverse communities with relevant, unbiased, research-based horticulture and environmental stewardship education.


Master Gardeners Foundation of Mason County Mission Statement

To provide relevant university based research to meet the home and community horticultural needs of Mason County and to promote responsible environmental stewardship.

  • Horticulture Skills

  • Clean Water

  • Water Conservation

  • Wildfire Preparedness

  • Local Food

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  • Pollinators

  • Climate Change

  • Plant Biodiversity

  • Soil Health

  • Nearby Nature


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