WSU Pierce County Master Gardeners
The WSU Master Gardener Program trains volunteers as community educators to empower citizens to encorporate sustainable horticultural practices that help to conserve our natural resources.
WSU Pierce County Master Gardeners serve their communities by addressing conservation needs that fit the missions of Pierce County Government and WSU. Critical issues Master Gardeners currently work toward improving in Pierce County are water quality and food security.
2014 Training Class applications will be posted online August through September.
Visit the Master Gardener Volunteer Office in the Pierce County Community Connections Building at 3602 Pacific Ave. in Tacoma, WA 98418 (best accessed from the back of the building with the address 3611 S. D St.), call 253-798-7170, or email email@example.com.
WSU Gardening Publications
HortSense (WSU's Home Gardener Fact Sheets for Managing Plant Problems with IPM)
Pierce County Master Gardener Bulletins (Puyallup Fair Hand-Outs)
Rain Garden Handbook for Western Washington Homeowners (Curtis Hinman, WSU Pierce County Extension)