Master Gardeners

Carrina Stanton/For The Chronicle Master Gardener MaryAnn Albenesius trims grass at the Borst Park demonstration garden on a recent Saturday. Master Gardeners usually work in teams to maintain the program's four demonstration gardens but these days work solo to adhere to social distancing standards.

The Washington State University Extension Master Gardener Program has announced that it will have a “Lunchtime Learning Series” Thursdays from noon to 1 p.m. on Zoom. 

The series will cover autumn preparation for yards and gardens. Pre-registration is required to receive login information. To pre-register, email

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