Madera County
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Madera County

Madera County Master Gardener Program

Junior Master Gardener for children

JR MG National live

Hey parents, you have elementary
students at home?

Help them to JOIN US for the first ever virtual National JMG Group on Facebook Live April 2nd-May19!

  • Sessions go April 2-May 19 on every Tuesday & Thursday 1:00pm (CST) and last approx. 20 minutes. (You can catch up on previous sessions by clicking links in the blue box below!)
  • Garden activities will be led by National JMG staff
  • Your kids can earn a Junior Master Gardener “Golden Ray Series” Certification in Plant Growth & Development
  • And, it’s FREE to JOIN US, HAVE FUN, LEARN and EARN certification!

 

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Madera Master Gardeners

Audrey Hepburn quote: 

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow."

Master Gardener Helpline is only accepting e-mails. No phone calls. If you have a question please put your gardening questions in your e-mail and send to:  mgfresno@ucdavis.edu

Thank you for your understanding.

To receive announcements of upcoming events and gardening education opportunities offered by UC Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners in Fresno and Madera Counties Sign up here 

Annual Garden Tour Fundraiser cancelled

Spring Garden Tour in Madera is cancel. This annual fundraiser for the Madera Master Gardeners will take place again in Spring of 2021.

We want to thank the home owners for working with the Madera Master Gardeners for the best interest of our community. The homes on tour this year will be in place for Spring of 2021. 

 

"Three Sisters" Garden

2018 Iris Garden (1)
The Madera Master Gardeners program demonstration garden is located on a two-acre parcel allotted by the college for this purpose. The name "Three Sisters" was chosen for the garden in recognition of the wise growing practices and respect for the land shown by Native American cultures. The garden site was officially dedicated in March 2009, although there is still much work to be done to complete this project.

 The garden will provide learning opportunities for K-12 students and community college students as well as for the general public.

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