The Island County Master Gardener Foundation exists to support the Master Gardener program of Island County.
The funds we raise make it possible for Master Gardeners to carry out their educational mission in the community.
Join us at upcoming events and classes
Explore the many resources for gardening in our area
Read about the community projects that Master Gardeners work on and support
Contribute to our fund-raising by donating directly to the Foundation, or attending our main events
Explore the Resources
Gardening resources and tips are everywhere these days. How do you decide what is relevant, useful, and effective for your garden?
Check our Resources pages for links to science-based guides and publications:
Make a Difference (Whidbey Weekly articles by Island County Master Gardeners)
Read the latest Make a Difference article in the Whidbey Weekly on what we can do in our yards for orca and salmon health, by Jim Peskuric.
Foundation member meetings are once again open to the public. Upcoming meetings will be posted on the Events page.
Click Read More for details on all upcoming events.
Your donation to the Foundation supports the work of the Master Gardeners in your community
Become a Master Gardener!
We love our volunteer work as Master Gardeners in the Island County community! Join us and become a Master Gardener yourself. Applications are typically taken during November-December of a given year, and training classes begin the following March.
The Washington State University Extension program for Island County provides certified training. You don’t have to be an expert gardener to join. Visit the Extension website for details on how to become a certified Master Gardener.