CANADIAN COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS
Bringing research-based gardening information to you
Canadian County Master Gardeners is an OSU Extension-based volunteer group, serving the need for consumer horticulture information in Canadian County. We do this through workshops, presentations, information booths, a quarterly newsletter, monthly meetings, and various community involvement activities.
Providing research-based fact sheets
We have various booths set up throughout the year, at different locations. Our booths serve to provide gardening information from OSU to the public. We have booths at Mustang & Yukon Lowe's, the Ross Seed Company spring plant sale, Wildhorse Gardens & Market, and even the Minco Farmer's Market.
Bringing you research-based gardening information in a fun way
We have conducted numerous workshops that include garden art, pruning practices, seed starting, propagation, vegetable gardening, butterfly gardening, gardening for birds, xeriscapes & water conservation, landscape design, etc. Let us know if you have a request.
Where research-based information and experience come together
We do speak on various gardening topics throughout the county, at libraries, garden club meetings, civic engagements, etc.
Join us for some fun gardening events!
We have various events throughout the year, including the Spring Plant Swap, Plant Sale, Junior Master Gardener Day Camp, and Fall Plant Swap, to name a few.
CANADIAN COUNTY OSU EXTENSION GREENHOUSE
Utilizing the Extension Office's greenhouse
The greenhouse was originally donated and built in 2010, thanks to the USDA, Fort Reno, Canadian County Master Gardeners, Canadian County OSU Extension and the Canadian County Fairboard. Today, it is used to teach workshops, grow seeds for the yearly plant sale and overwinter plants.
MASTER GARDENER TRAINING CLASS
for 12 weeks
August - November
Want to become a Master Gardener? It all starts with the 12-week training class. The cost is $150, and includes all handouts and materials. Topics covered include botany, soil fertility, vegetables, annuals & perennials, woody plants, plant diseases, pesticide safety, water conservation & irrigation and fruit production. Contact Courtney if you're interested: firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-262-0155
- Multiple DatesTue, Mar 01Fairgrounds Education Building