Madera County Master Gardener Program
Madera Master Gardeners are celebrating working in the garden and serving our communities. Your go to source for gardening questions. You can count on us.
The UCANR Cooperative Extension Office has moved. New address is 145 Tozer Street Suite 103 Madera, CA 93638.
Due to Covid we are still working remotely. The office will not be open at this time.
Gardening Helpline is working remotely.Send an email to email@example.com Including photos is helpful.
No phone service at this time!
Plant a Row for the Hungry
Three Sisters Demonstration Garden. The Madera Master Gardeners and the college have a partnership to use the demonstration garden to hold free workshops, public events and the veggie garden donated almost a ton of fruits and veggies last year to Madera Food Bank
Academy Cadets gardening efforts
BIG THANK YOU TO THE CADETS FOR THEIR WORK AT OUR NEW OFFICE SITE!
Thank you so much for the opportunity to help out. The Academy Cadets report they had a wonderful time working and learning about gardening, landscaping, irrigation, and worms… yes worms. ?? The class taught by MG Mattice was really fascinating and very informative.
Take a look at the wonderful garden and congratulations to the officers and cadets! Farm to table eating at it's best.
"Three Sisters" Garden
The State of California has issued a shelter-in-place order to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The Master Gardener Program, UCANR Fresno/ Madera program is now working remotely. We are still here to answer your questions and address needs during this unprecedented situation, however no public gardening classes or workshops are offered at this time.
Madera Master Gardeners in Action
Integrated pest management (IPM)
Successful IPM begins with correct identification of the pest. Only then can a selection of appropriate IPM methods and materials be made.
UC Gardening Blogs
Planting Right with PlantRight
UC Master Gardener Program partner PlantRight had a information packed LIVE talk about their efforts to phase out invasive plants in California. Alex Stubblefield, PlantRight project manager led the LIVE talk featuring their...
LIVE: Planting Right with Plant Right Talk
UC Master Gardener Program and PlantRight have partnered for a LIVE Facebook and YouTube talk about invasive plants on Jan. 19at noon. Invasive plants harm the environment and cost California millions of dollars to monitor and manage each year....
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