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Master Gardener Workshops

Here you will find a list of workshops hosted by the UCCE Mendocino Master Gardeners. Please click on a specific workshop link to learn more about that workshop and get access to the resources from the workshop.

Growing Your Own Food Workshop Series

UCCE North Coast Growing Your Own Food Virtual Workshop Series

Home Gardens (Kate Frey)
Home Gardens (Kate Frey)

Improving your skills in home gardening! UC Cooperative Extension North Coast sponsored a virtual workshop series focused on growing your own food. Topics include: caring for your garden, soil health, and growing cool and warm season vegetables.


Glenn McGourty - UCCE Mendocino Plant Science and Viticulture Advisor

Kate Frey - Garden Expert from Walla Walla, Washington

Greg Giusti - Emeritus, UCCE Mendocino Forest and Wildife Advisor


Workshop Videos

Understanding and Improving Your Garden Soil (April 18th)

Garden Soil Questions and Answers

Growing Cool Season Vegetables (April 25th)

Cool Season Vegetables Resources

Growing Warm Season Vegetables (May 2nd)

Caring for Your Garden (May 9th)


Workshop Resources

UC integrated Pest Management (IPM)

All things weeds, pests, and plants.

UC ANR Master Gardener Program

Extends research-based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape practices to the residents of California

UC ANR Master Gardener YouTube Channel

"Advice to Grow By ... Ask Us!" - The official YouTube channel for the UC Master Gardener Program.

Xerces Society

International nonprofit organization that protects the natural world through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitats.

UC Davis Vegetable Research and Information Center (VRIC)

Fosters appropriate research, collect and disseminate information relevant to consumers, growers and processors in the California vegetable industry.

UC Davis Fruit Nut Research & Information Center

Practical advice in fruit and nut production, information on best management practices developed by the UC Cooperative Extension, and connections to current research and new technologies.