Marin Master Gardeners
University of California
Marin Master Gardeners

Advice to Grow By

Class of 2017 Applications

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Interested in becoming a UC Marin Master Gardener? Applications open July 1, 2016 and close 4pm, September 9, 2016. Click How to Become a Master Gardener to learn more about the program and apply online to join the class of 2017 now.

What's New in the Garden?

Growing in Your Garden Now - Beans

Growing in Your Garden Now - Beans

It’s not too late to grow beans!

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Master Gardeners are on Instagram

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Got garden questions?
Ask a Master Gardener...
CALL: (415) 473-4204
EMAIL: HelpDesk@MarinMG.org
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VISIT: UCCE Master Gardener Help Desk
1682 Novato Boulevard, Suite 150-B
Novato, CA 94947
Open Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - noon, and 1 - 4 p.m.

Seasonal Farmers Markets open in May. Visit a Master Gardener Help Desk at your local Farmers Market.
Click here for the schedule.

Edible Demo Garden at Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden

Visit the newest UC Marin Master Gardeners demonstration garden at Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden. Bring your own bags to purchase produce at the Saturday Farm stand.

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2016 County Fair handouts and resources are available here

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California's Drought

Tips for home & garden water savings 

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Please note that under state and district water conservation regulations, the following are prohibited:

- NEW: Irrigating between 9 a.m. - 7 p.m., except for system testing and repair
- NEW: Using a hose without a shutoff nozzle
- Allowing irrigation water to runoff or overspray the irrigated area
- Hosing down sidewalks, driveways, and other hard-surfaced areas
- Non-recirculating decorative fountains
Learn more on MMWD's Drought Information page. Thank you for your cooperation!

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The Marin Master Gardeners are a dedicated, trained group of volunteers with a shared love of gardening and horticulture.  Through community service and educational outreach, they provide home gardeners and community organizations with the knowledge and skills to create a healthy environment for Marin County.  Since 1986, Marin Master Gardeners have worked as non-paid staff members of the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE), answering public inquiries and providing information on all areas of plant health and gardening practices.

Webmaster Email: banielsen@ucanr.edu