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

Master Gardener Program

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.

SB MG photos 2016

The priorities of the UC Master Gardener Program in San Bernardino County are to help the gardening public:

  • Practice sustainable landscaping (efficient irrigation, composting, etc.)
  • Produce food in backyard, school, and community gardens
  • Promote outdoor activities that improve physical, mental, and emotional health

“To extend research based knowledge and information on home horticulture to residents of San Bernardino County"

- UC Master Gardener Program of San Bernardino County Mission Statement

  

Master Gardeners at the 2017 Conference
Master Gardeners at the 2017 Conference

 

Sebastian Vasquez-Navez (Volunteer of the Year at CBWCD)
Sebastian Vasquez-Navez (Volunteer of the Year at CBWCD)

 

Maggie O'Neil (Volunteer of the Year at CBWCD)
Maggie O'Neil (Volunteer of the Year at CBWCD)

 

 

 

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Topics of Interest

Top 10 Ways to  Conserve Water In your Landscape  Top Ten Ways to Conserve Water

Asian Citrus Psyllid: http://ucanr.edu/sites/ACP/

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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.

December Gardening Chores

It's time to...

  • Prune non-flowering trees and shrubs while dormant.
  • Choose and plant camellias and azaleas.
  • Choose a living Christmas tree; keep it outside until Christmas week.  Dig a hole now to plant after the holidays.
  • Plant seeds for cabbage and spring lettuce in a cold frame or in the greenhouse.
  • Turn off your automatic sprinklers once the winter rains get started.

More Monthly Chores...

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