Who wants to be an Island County Master Gardener intern?

Applications are now being accepted for Island County Master Gardener training.

Scheduled for February through May, those accepted will receive a combination of online training, class time and field trips. Classes will be taught by WSU faculty, veteran Master Gardeners, and other qualified experts.

In return for this training, graduates agree to volunteer 85 hours of community service as an Island County Master Gardener intern over the next two years.

If you have a basic knowledge of or interest in gardening, enthusiasm for acquiring and sharing horticultural knowledge and skills, as well as the time and willingness to participate in volunteer educational activities, please consider applying.

Deadline is Dec. 31.


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