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Volunteer opportunities you can do online (updated 3/24/2022)


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Plant Clinic (online)

Plant Clinic: Direct


Write a guest blog

Educational writing: Direct


Mini tasks and partner projects

  • Ask a question for Practice Plant Clinic for other volunteers to try their skills. You can email your inquiry to practiceplantclinic@gmail.com or call or text ‪(541) 321-0870. Report service as Plant Clinic: Direct.
  • Send in a Plant Problem Show and Tell. Report service as Plant Clinic: Direct or if you are a continuing volunteer, as Continuing Education.
  • Community science with Oregon Season Tracker. Report service as Other approved projects: indirect.

In-Person activities

Interested in participating in an activity that is at capacity? Please contact elizabeth.records (at) oregonstate.edu to get connected with the organizer and learn of future opportunities. Note: for school/youth gardens volunteers must clear a criminal history check prior to participating. If you haven’t yet done this please contact Elizabeth.


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Pop-up Plant Clinics (at Farmers markets & events)

Plant Clinic – direct


Linn Demonstration Garden

Educational Garden Maintenance: indirect

Drop in Weds and Fridays 1-3. No sign up needed.


Waverly School Garden

Educational garden: maintenance



Have you been asked to speak/teach for an outside group?

Want to start a new volunteer project?

Want to volunteer for a community project that is not listed above?  

Please use this updated project proposal form to request approval prior to volunteering. All new outreach events need approval by Extension and more involved volunteer projects also need approval of the County Master Gardener Association. This is to ensure that all of our educational projects meet the OSU Extension Master Gardener Program mission and can be adequately supported by available volunteers and funding. This process is in place for several reasons: it allows the Extension staff and faculty to provide adequate supervision by ensuring that volunteer opportunities meet the OSU Extension Master Gardener program mission, that OSU’s volunteer liability coverage covers your activities, ensures that advertising of public events is done according to OSU guidelines, and avoids duplicate projects by potentially connecting you to other volunteers and/or funding resources for work in similar projects.

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