NEXT GENERAL MEETING: Monday, April 13th @ 7:30 p.m.
Carole Rubin will be speaking to us about:
All MGs are welcome - pre-registration is not required. Please wear your nametag, bring your mug for complimentary tea/coffee, and goodies are welcome if you feel like sharing.
For the Public: Where to find us in 2015: Click here
How to Use this Website: click on the tabs above beside the Home tab, to see Vancouver related Info: Articles, Events, News, & Resources. Also look at the Home page to see what's new. Members should sign-in as some info will otherwise not be visible.
- ** NEW! Commonly asked Questions during Clinics Resource Document is http://www.mgabc.org/content/most-commonly-asked-clinic-questions-answer...
- What about EUROPEAN FIRE ANTS? here
- TOOLKIT - Issues YOU need to know about: Diseases, Invasives , Insects, etc is here
- How to Submit Plant Samples for Diagnosis here
- Calendar of 2015 Meetings and Workshops : click here
More MEMBER INFO Here
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MEMBERS: we are now using the new vancouver membership website for all clinic & project sign up. If you do not know how to access this info please contact us by replying to any email from vancouver MGs .
The Vancouver Master Gardeners ( previously known since the mid 1980's as the Master Gardeners Association of BC ) was established in 2009. The Vancouver MGs are remain affiliated with the VanDusen Botanical Garden Association and are now under the umbrella of the MGABC Provincial Association.
What do Vancouver Master Gardeners do?
The Vancouver Master Gardeners support the mission of MGABC by:
- providing Master Gardeners with educational opportunities about gardening and environmentally responsible gardening practices
- having Master Gardeners respond to questions in garden centres, farmers markets and community events across the Lower Mainland and on the Sunshine Coast.
- staffing the VanDusen Botanical Garden Plant Information Line, writing for local papers, and speaking to community groups
- participating in a variety of community projects including assistance with horticultural therapy programs in hospitals and other institutions, working with students and teachers in local schools, and supporting “greening” projects in community parks and public spaces.