Clark County Master Gardeners – ANSWER CLINIC online & phone
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Clark County Master Gardeners – ANSWER CLINIC online & phone

Did you know that the “Washington State University Clark County Master Gardeners” have an ANSWER CLINIC?  You can contact them online or by phone with your gardening questions! ‘If you’re spending more time in your yard you might have questions about what you’re finding there: “What’s this bug? Is it bad?” “How do I get … Continue reading

Joan Veach speaks on “Vegetables A-Z” Feb 26 at 1:30pm
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Joan Veach speaks on “Vegetables A-Z” Feb 26 at 1:30pm

Please join us Feb 26th when the entertaining Joan Veach will speak to us about “Vegetables A-Z” at the “Community Garden Club of Camas Washougal” general meeting. “Before I took the Master Gardener class,” says Joan, “my efforts at vegetable gardening were often very disappointing.  [Now] we grow a large percentage of the vegetables we … Continue reading

Julie Carlsen speaks on “Plant Identification”, Jan 22, 1pm
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Julie Carlsen speaks on “Plant Identification”, Jan 22, 1pm

Our January speaker, Julie Carlsen, has been a Clark County Master Gardener for 17 years, helping to train new volunteers in the Master Gardener program and volunteering at the master Gardener Foundation Plant Sale  as their “Perennial Princess”, leading perennial propagation efforts. She also heads the “Dig Team” that coordinates finding plant donations for the … Continue reading

HINT #6:  Dry spring weather – might need to water your plants!
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HINT #6: Dry spring weather – might need to water your plants!

Weather forecasters are indicating this may be the driest April recorded in the Portland Vancouver metro area in over 100 years. Some plants are VERY thirsty right now after an exceptionally dry winter and spring and few of the heavy, steady rains we usually see.  Even some of our native plants could use a “drink”. … Continue reading

Pete DuBois speaks on Composting – Oct 23, 1:30-2:15pm
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Pete DuBois speaks on Composting – Oct 23, 1:30-2:15pm

Pete DuBois, our speaker for October 23, will talk about composting—what to put in it, how to maintain it, and how to use it. Pete currently serves as a Senior Environmental Outreach Specialist, leading the Master Composter Recycler (MCR) Program in Clark County. At home Pete tends two compost piles, a leaf mold pile and … Continue reading

Stephen Murphy on “Propagating Plants” – Sep 25th
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Stephen Murphy on “Propagating Plants” – Sep 25th

Join us at our Garden Club’s September general meeting to hear our first speaker for the 2019-20 season talk to us about propagation of plants — how to make many out of a few! Stephen Murphy grew up in Battleground, WA, but in 1997 moved to Skagit Valley (north of Seattle) to study horticulture. He … Continue reading

Annual “Art in the Garden” is July 14, Sunday, 10am-4pm
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Annual “Art in the Garden” is July 14, Sunday, 10am-4pm

Spend Sunday in the “Wildlife Botanical Gardens” enjoying 20+ artists and their “wares” displayed throughout the 10 different themed gardens across 2 1/2 acres.  It is the annual “Art in the Garden” event! When:  July 14, Sunday, 10am-4pm. Where:  11000 NE 149th St , Brush Prairie, Washington.  (North of Vancouver) Live music, local artist booths, … Continue reading