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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.


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


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


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


The Native Plant Nursery now open!


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


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


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


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.


The latest news from the Jackson County Master Gardener community

The JCMGA Board Needs YOU!

| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
  We are looking for new, and experienced, members of Master Gardeners to serve on our Jackson County Master Gardener Board of Directors for 2025.  Could that be YOU, or…

2024 Winter Dreams/Summer Gardens Sessions For 2024

| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
October 18, 19, 25 and 26   The Winter Dreams Summer Gardens Working Group is developing an informative and interesting lineup for this year’s symposium. This article contains some of…

The Practicum Story 2011-2024

| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
  As the leadership changes, a written record of Practicum history was deemed important. Here goes, although bear in mind, much is from memory which at times can be faulty.…

Master Gardeners Have a New Demonstration Garden

| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
This year, The Jackson County Master Gardeners designed a new demonstration garden as part of an extended Vegetable Garden. We call it The New Garden. This new garden is separate…


| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
The 2024 Spring Garden Fair was a big success despite Mothers Nature’s attempt to derail it! It persistently rained all day Saturday, but the public came out anyway.  On Sunday,…

The Language of Trees – A Rewilding of Literature and Landscape

| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
  By Katie Holten   Are you ready to embark on a journey through forests and trees, across time and cultures? Then I recommend “The Language of Trees – A…

July in the Garden

| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
In July, there is quite a bit to do in the garden depending on what you want to grow.  Our gardens still need to be cared for so that they…

A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
A future gardener and intrepid young soul braving the rain and cold of the 2024 Spring Garden Fair. This young man and his gardening family passed our Rock Painting booth…

Saturday Public GARDEN STROLL Is a Success

| Beet 2024 07 July | No Comments
              Photo: Grace Florjancic and neighbor   The Garden Stroll was an experiment gone right!   Marcie Katz and I hosted the first Saturday…

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