UCCE Master Gardeners of San Bernardino County
University of California
UCCE Master Gardeners of San Bernardino County

Master Gardener Program

Master Gardener Program Application

Here is the long awaited Master Gardener Program Application for 2017 - 2018

http://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=21195

We are looking forward to reviewing your application!!

Our Mission

Since 1981, the University of California Master Gardener Program has been extending UC research based information about home horticulture and pest management to the public.

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The UC Master Gardener Program is an example of an effective partnership between the University of California and passionate volunteers. In exchange for training from the University, UC Master Gardeners offer volunteer services and outreach to the general public in more than 50 California counties. Last year 6,237 active UC Master Gardener volunteers donated 328,540 hours, and 5+ million hours have been donated since the program's inception. 

The primary focuses of the UC Master Gardener Program in San Bernardino County are:

  • To encourage the public to practice sustainable landscaping (efficient irrigation, composting, etc.)
  • To foster gardeners to provide fresh produce for their families with edible gardening
  • To promote healthy living and healthy communities through home gardening

“To extend research based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape practices to the residents of California and be guided by our core values and strategic initiatives."

- UC Master Gardener Program Mission Statement

 

Speaker Request

Have a Master Gardener speak to your club or organization. Submit a request today!

In the News

 

UCCE Master Gardener Program Mission Statement 

Extend research based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape practices to the residents of California and be guided by our core values and strategic initiatives.

July Gardening Chores

It's time to...

  • Water after midnight and before 10am to reduce the chance of fungal infection and to conserve moisture
  • Harvest vegetables promptly to encourage continued production
  • Dig and divide over-crowded irises and bulbs when the foliage dies off.
  • Trim faded crape myrtle flowers for more fall bloom
  • Pick up dropped fruit to prevent brown rot.  Clean around trees
  • Plant direct seed annual flowers, such as alyssum, celosia, sunflower, zinnias, and marigolds

More Monthly Chores...

 

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