UC Master Gardeners of Placer County
|From Bambi to Thumper Zoom Workshop: An Integrated Strategy for the Management of Vertebrate Pests||3/13/2021|
|Growing Citrus in the Foothills Zoom Workshop||3/27/2021|
|Gardening in a Changing Climate||4/10/2021|
|Composting and Mulch Zoom Workshop||4/17/2021|
|Principles of Propagation Zoom Workshop||5/8/2021|
Virtual Gardening Workshops
To view previous workshops: Recorded Virtual Gardening Workshops
2021 Gardening Guide & Calendar - Vendor List Updated
We are proud to introduce the 2021 Gardening Guide and Calendar. Click Here for more information.
New UC Cooperative Extension Office Access
Effective June 22, 2020, E Avenue is now closed to through traffic.
To access the UC Cooperative Extension and the Master Gardeners offices, all visitors need to please enter using Richardson Drive to D Avenue. Parking is located in front of the building. Thank you for your cooperation!
See Access Map
Updated! Resources for Creating Pollinator-friendly Gardens...
Thinking about putting in a vineyard or need help maintaining the one you have? This 10-page Home Vineyard Resources Guide is designed to help home gardeners find answers to their wine grape growing questions.
The Hotline office continues to be closed to all walk-in clients. We are, however, available to answer your gardening questions. You can submit them by using the Ask A Master Gardener link below or by leaving a message on our Hotline number shown at the bottom of this web page.
Ask a Master Gardener...
To learn more, Click here.
Placer County Vegetable Planting Guide
Specifically designed for foothill gardeners, the Placer County Planting Guide shows what and when to plant in your vegetable garden throughout the year.
Free Gardening Newsletter
To sign up for the Curious Gardener, our free gardening newsletter, click here.
NEW! Read these pre-evacuation steps that can really help your home survive wildfire:
Preparation can help protect homes from wildfire damage
More resources for finding out what you can do now to protect your home against wildfires: Be Firewise