Celebrate Healthy Soils Week
December 4 – December 8, 2023
- Improved plant health and yields
- Increased water infiltration and retention
- Sequestered carbon and reduced greenhouse gases (GHGs)
- Reduced sediment erosion and dust
- Improved water and air quality
- Improved biological diversity and wildlife habitat
Send us a brief description of your problem and a photo if you can. We look forward to your e-mails. Thank you. We are not at the office or taking samples at this time.
Bring your gardening questions to us at one of our Plant Clinics. We have a table the first Wednesday of each month at the Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market and the second Saturday at the Vineyard Farmers Market. For more info see the calendar below.
Read and subscribe to our blog, Fresno Gardening Green
where you will find interesting and informative articles about gardening in the Central Valley.
Upcoming events, workshops and community gardening information
Master Gardeners do not do soil testing. If you are interested in having your soil tested here is a list of resources.
Need a Speaker?
Do you need a speaker for your community group or organization? If you have a special event and would like the Master Gardener program to come and talk with the your group about home gardening topics please contact us to request a speaker.
Upcoming classes and events
|Lindcove Research & Extension Center citrus event||12/9/2023|
|Gifts from the Kitchen. Made by You!||12/9/2023|
|Gifts from the Kitchen. Made by You! Madera||12/9/2023|
|Community Ed. Class-Pruning Basics Education||12/9/2023|
|Community Ed. Class- Cleft Grafting||1/6/2024|
Fresno Gardening Green- Blog Posts
Walk through the garden and make notes for spring and summer changes and additions. Enjoy the quiet of the winter garden. Feed the birds, and other wildlife. Tasks Apply pre-emergent herbicide to lawns and beds later this month Deep-water trees and...
Two Master Gardeners taught a group of seniors how they can easily create lovely Christmas ornaments, wreaths and gifts while minimizing their holiday spending. Charlie Hindes and Patricia Alvarado suggested getting creative with boughs, sprays and...
Read weekly tips from this book "This week in the Garden