MG Newsletter

Program Coordinator Sarah Moore

Sarah Moore

MG Newsletter – The Connection
Read all about what’s of interest in the September 2022 issue!

  • Sarah Moore Announced as Master Gardener Program Coordinator
  • Cool Plants-Hot Topics, Sept 11 — CE Opportunities
  • The Joy of Master Gardening by MGs Amy Koskovich & Sarah Bergdahl
  • Donate Plants, Volunteer & Advertise Cool Plants, Hot Topics!
  • News from Ronald McDonald House Outreach Garden by MG Susie Thorness
  • Master Gardener Basic Training Applications Opening for 2023
  • Linda Peterson Joins the MGFKC Board
  • Community Connections at Cesar Chavez Demo Garden by MGs and Co-Leaders Amber Wise, Rose Tobin & Suzy Knutson
  • Master Gardener Recognition Event on October 22 by MGFKC Board President Jim Olson
  • Miller Library: The Beginner’s Guide to Growing Great Vegetables
  • More education with BDG Workshops, Bellevue Botanical Garden and the WSU Adult Ed Conference


This newsletter is sent monthly to King County Master Gardeners. Look for it in your email. Miss a past issue? Find it here.

Seeds for Thought

WSU Extension Master Gardener Program

August 2022 Newsletter from the Master Gardener Foundation of Washington State

Read in this issue:

  • From the President by Don Enstrom, MGFWS President
  • WSU MG Program Update: Branding by Jennifer Marquis, Statewide Program Leader
  • 2022 WSU Master Gardener Advanced Education Conference is almost here!!
  • Seed Starting by Mason County MG Erika Stewart
  • Soil Your Undies Campaign is Underway by Grant-Adams County MG Mark Amara
  • Pest Management for the Lazy Gardener by Cowlitz County MG Alice Slusher

Back issues available on the State Foundation website:

Online Education Series

The Master Gardeners of King County will launch their 2022 gardening classes and workshops in January 2022. Whether you’re a beginning gardener or a veteran of many seasons, you’re sure to find a class of interest.

BDG Workshops.
Bellevue Demo Garden Workshops
Series 3 Workshops are on Saturday, from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., July to mid-October. The workshops cover a wide variety of gardening: vegetables, composting, specific plant varieties, garden pests, efficient watering, and more. Series subscriptions available at a discount. There is a $5 fee for each individual workshop. Registration is required for the series or individual classes. See to register.

Growing Groceries logo
Classes are presented on the basics of gardening and information on specific plant families or garden problems. Classes have completed for 2022. See more information on the Growing Groceries web page.

Heads UP!

2021 Fall Heads Up! Diagnostics Lab Newsletter

Newsletter of the Master Gardener King County Diagnostic Lab


Read in the Fall 2021 issue:

  • End of Season Contemplations
  • Record Breaking Weather
  • Attack of Bay Laurel Psyllids
  • Sunburns, Scorches and Scalds
  • Consider Cover Crops
  • Iris-A Rainbow of Rhizomes
  • The Sawfly Exceptions
  • Useful Web Resources
  • Nerd’s Corner: Scat, Cat!
  • Twigga Mortis: Sun damage
  • Frankensquash

This newsletter is sent to Master Gardeners in King County during the active garden months from March to October. Look for the current issue in your email.

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