OSU and OSU Extension are actively engaged in continuity planning as we prepare for a localized outbreak of COVID-19.
The guidance from Oregon State University is rapidly evolving and here are the current policies we are using as per direction from our Statewide Master Gardener Program Coordinator (Gail Langellotto): "Face-to-face events of more than 50 attendees will not be permitted at least through April 30th."
THE ANNUAL SPRING GARDENING SEMINAR HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
"GROWING VEGETABLES IN CENTRAL OREGON" CLASSES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED THROUGH APRIL 30th.
Welcome to the
Central Oregon Master Gardener Association
The Oregon State University Extension Service Master Gardenertm program has served Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties for more than 25 years. The Master Gardener Program has trained
hundreds of volunteers who help thousands of clients with their gardening questions
at Plant Clinics in Redmond, Prineville and Madras.
Central Oregon Master Gardener Association (COMGA) is:
a non-profit association made up of Master Gardeners. It is a chapter of the Oregon Master Gardener Association and works in close cooperation with the OSU Extension Service.
Our Mission is to:
Teach sustainable gardening practices which have their foundation in research-based information,
Support the horticulture program in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties,
Promote the O.S.U. Extension Service Master Gardener program in Central Oregon and statewide.
sponsors a number of horticultural, educational, and demonstration events and projects throughout the year and provides volunteer support for a number of OSU Extension Service Master Gardener projects. COMGA provides a wide variety of volunteer opportunities and a venue for exchanging knowledge in a friendly environment.
For more information about the Master Gardener program, please explore the links we have provided in the black side bar. For more information about the Central Oregon Master Gardener Association, please click on the pages in the orange bar above.
Thank you for visiting!