Help Salvage Native Plants – Feb. 26th & March 5th

Sunday, February 26; Sunday, March 5, 9:30am to 3:30pm (stay as long as you can) Grab your warm winter gear and join us for some lovely time outside! We are currently working with a very supportive developer on a site near SPSCC to rescue many species of small native plants prior to clearing for new multi-family housing.

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Mason County MG’s present “Through the Garden Gate Workshop Series”

February 25 – Improving the Fertility and Condition of Your Soil and the Amazing Life of Slugs; March 11 – Creative Ways to Grow Fruit Trees and other Small Fruit; March 25 – Tool Selection and Care and Garden Ideas.

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2017 Native Plant Festival & Sale – Saturday, March 4th

The 2017 Native Plant Festival is on Saturday, March 4th at our offices located at 2918 Ferguson St. SW Tumwater, WA 98512 Pre-order sales are now open! Reserve your plants now through January 30th. Browse our online store to see

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MGFTC Membership Meeting – Tues., February 28

“Miracle, Myth, or Maybe” is the presentation to be given by our own Karla Salp!

Karla Salp is the Community Outreach and Environmental Education Specialist for the Washington State Department of Agriculture and has been a Thurston County Master Gardener since 2013. She is a proud “farm girl,” having grown up on a farm in Central Washington and has also worked for Washington Friends of Farms and Forests and the educational nonprofit, Washington Grown. She is passionate about helping people make gardening decisions based on fact, not fiction.

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MG George Cowan Honored For Donation

Master Gardener George Cowan was recently presented with a newly created MGFTC award for his generosity in donating an estate planning gift to the WSU Master Gardener Program of Thurston County and the Foundation. The “Garden Star” Award acknowledged George Cowan’s selfless service in donating a 5-acre parcel of land located in Tumwater.

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Join Us and Meet New Friends: Master Gardener Foundation of Thurston County

For a yearly membership fee of $10, you can become a member of our Foundation. You don’t even need to be a master gardener or a master recycler-composter! Join our community and you will meet like-minded people interested in gardening, recycling and composting.

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