Jackson County Master Gardener Association

“We Learn, Practice and Teach the Art and Science of Gardening in the Rogue Valley.”

Become a Master Gardener! Enroll in the Jackson County Oregon State Extension Master Gardener™ program.

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We have some exciting events planned for the future! Click the button below to learn more.

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Something eating your garden? The Plant Clinic can diagnose what’s ravaging your plants and how to fix it.

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What’s up? Our calendar keeps you up to date on all of the gardening classes, events and meetings around the Rogue Valley.

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Grow your mind. Check out these links to learn about gardening techniques, encouraging wildlife in the garden and working with nature.

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Dig the Garden Beet! Read our newsletter to get the latest news from the Jackson County Master Gardener community.

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See our gardens on display! Our Demonstration Gardens feature 21 gardens used to teach gardening techniques.

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The Rogue Valley’s gardening family! The Rogue Valley has a vibrant gardening community. Find out more about gardens and grants.

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Help us help our community. We are a non-profit that relies on sales and donations. Help us to continue to support the Rogue Valley.

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The latest news from the Jackson County Master Gardener community


Unsung Hero of the Jackson County Master Gardener Program — Ronnie Budge

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This month we want to recognize Ronnie Budge as Jackson County Master Gardeners Association’s Unsung Hero.  Over the years, Ronnie has been very involved with Jackson County Master Gardeners Association.…

January in the Garden

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The air is brisk and temperatures are just plain cold. Plants are dormant – sleeping for the winter and awaiting the warmer temperatures that spring will bring. Hopefully, we will…

The President’s Corner

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Welcome 2023! I hope everyone had a wonderful Holiday Season and that you all were able to spend quality time with family and friends, especially those that you may not…

Report for 2023 JCMGA Board of Directors Election

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Teresina Christy – 2022 Membership Secretary The 2023 JCMGA Board election ended at midnight on Friday, November 4. Thirty-seven people voted online. Four people voted using a paper ballot. The…

Fundraising Working Group

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Jackson County Master Gardener program is a non-profit group. This, however, does not mean we do not want to raise money and have a small profit to keep the bills…

Jim Scannell

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by Linda Holder and Jane Moyer Jim Scannell may not be remembered by many current Jackson County Master Gardeners, but we can all thank him and his wife, Ellen, for…

Easy Fundraising for JCMGA

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This is the third in a series of articles on how JCMGA can be financially supported with little or no personal expense. This month, we are going to concentrate on…

Sea You in the New Year

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Got you thinking, “oceans?”  This “sea” is a plant, Hippophae rhamnoides. Hippophae translates as “shiny horse” which refers to its usage in horse fodder because it makes horses’ coats’ shiny.…

Jackson County Master Gardeners Announcements – December 2022

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  Jackson County Master Gardeners Announcements December 2022   Winter Dreams Summer Gardens 2022 For those of you who attended our Winter Dreams Summer Gardens 2022, you have access to…

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