Continued learning is what being a Master Gardener is all about! Here are some really great learning opportunities available to you. Anything you participate in from this list counts toward your continued education requirements as a Master Gardener.

*Remember, to maintain your status as a Master Gardener after your first year, you need at least 24 hours of education, and at least 24 hours of volunteer service.


  • OSU Master Gardener Webinar Archives

    • 2019 OSU Webinars 
      • Topics: Sudden Oak Death; Grafted Tomatoes; Dry Farming for Gardeners; Codling Moth; Pesticides and Protecting Bees; Oregon Invasive Insects
    • 2018 OSU Webinars
      • Topics: Slugs and Snail Management; Bronze Birch Borer; Plant Breeding for Disease Resistance; Powdery Mildew; Garden Food Safety; Emerging Pests in Oregon; Latest Bee Research; Plant Galls



  • School Garden Best Practices Webinar Archives

    • Topics include: “Selecting, Installing, and Managing School Garden Bed Systems,” “Equity and Access in the School Garden Movement,” Identifying and Measuring Impact,” and much more.


Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What is a webinar?  A webinar is a seminar that is presented over the internet.  The presenter(s) will show slides and photos while they are speaking on their topic.  There is a chat box to enter your questions. Typically webinars will be ~40 minutes long and followed by a moderated Q&A session, totally 60 minutes. You can count the whole webinar (including any Q&A time) as continuing education credits toward re-certifying as a Wasco County Master Gardener.


  • How do I participate?
    Webinars can be watched “live” or later by recording. To watch live, you’d need to register before hand. (All of the webinars posted to this page have already happened, so you will be watching a recording of it.) Click the link and follow directions from that page.


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