San Bernardino County Programs
UC Cooperative Extension develops and implements community-based research and educational programs throughout San Bernardino County that reach thousands of county residents through our Family and Consumer Science program; Youth/4-H program; Horticulture/urban forest program; Master Gardener program; Natural Resource program; and Master Food Preserver program.
Academic staff, program coordinators, and volunteers develop and encourage the use of current research-based information that impact thousands of county residents annually.
Master Gardener Program Mission Statement
Since 1981, the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) Master Gardener Program provides unbiased gardening and landscaping information to the public through the use of trained volunteers. The goals of the UC Master Gardener Program in San Bernardino County are: to encourage sustainable landscaping (efficient irrigation, integrated pest management stressing prevention, composting, etc.); to encourage growing food at home and in community and school gardens; and to promote healthy living and healthy communities through outdoor activities. The next Master Gardener training class will be on Saturday mornings from January - April, 2019 at the Chino Basin Water Conservation District in Montclair. Those selected for the program are required to provide at least 50 hours of volunteer services over a one year period. The application will be posted here soon!
Janet Hartin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chris McDonald (email@example.com)
UC Cooperative Extension,
San Bernardino County
777 East Rialto Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0730
Phone: (909) 387-2171
Fax: (909) 387-3306
4-H Office: (909) 387-2179
Master Food Preservers: (909) 387-2194
Master Gardener Help Line: (909) 387-2182
Master Gardener Help Line: firstname.lastname@example.org