Master Gardeners of Ventura County
University of California
Master Gardeners of Ventura County

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Our Mission is to enhance the well-being of people, plants, and the environment through science-based gardening education and community outreach. 

Become a Master Gardener click here.  To apply to join the Master Gardener program and register for one of the information meetings, fill out the form here.  View recruitment flyer here.

Get notified about upcoming Master Gardener seminars, workshops, community events and other important gardening news. click here

Need a Speaker? click here.

You may Register Online for certain Calendar events listed on top right side of this page.   Click on the desired event; you will find the registration link near the bottom of the event description.

Master Gardener Volunteer Sites

 

Important Information

Using less water in your home garden is necessary!  Find water-saving resources at the following website:

Be Water Wise

 


 


UCCE Advisors' Symposium Presentations - 14 July 2016

Anaerobic Disinfestation of Soil

Drought Induced Problems

Nutrient Mgmt

Pests of Blackberries

Pitahaya Production

 
 

Got Gardening Questions?

Contact the Home Gardening Helpline

Phone: (805) 645-1455

or Email: mgventura@ucdavis.edu

Call Tuesday or Thursday, 1-4 pm to reach the Helpline at the University of California Cooperative Extension office in Ventura.

 Helpline Frequently Asked Questions

 

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Cooperative Extension Ventura County
  669 County Square Drive, Suite 100
  Ventura, CA 93003-5401
(805) 645-1434

 


 

 

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Bug Blog

Christine Merlin and Monarchs: How They Use Their Circadian Clocks for Seasonal Migration
Posted 5/25/2017 - Did you know that monarch butterflies use a circadian clock to navigate to their overwintering sites during their seasonal long-distance migration? Yes, they do, says a Texas A&M researcher. Christine Merlin, an assistant professor in Texas...

Bumble Bees: Pollen Power in the Phacelia
Posted 5/24/2017 - Talk about pollen! The bumble bees, Bombus vandykei (as identified by Robbin Thorp, distinguished emeritus professor of entomology at the University of California, Davis), were buzzing all over the Phacelia last week on the central campus. One bumble...

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