4-H – It’s More Than You Could Ever Imagine!
Join us and develop your leadership skills through hands-on learning and community service. Many project choices are available such as expressive arts, mechanical science, computer science, natural resources, family living or a variety of animal science projects.
What Is a Master Gardener?
As trained members of a volunteer program under the auspices of Washington State University Extension, Master Gardeners provide information to home gardeners about sound and sustainable gardening practices including integrated pest management, efficient watering systems, soil improvement and choosing appropriate plants.
We are helping cultivate a healthier, more sustainable food and farming system for Snohomish County. Extension agriculture programming offers courses on sustainable and organic farming,small-scale food and livestock production, processing and distribution, food safety, and helping increase farmers’ bottom line.
Natural Resource Education, Research and Stewardship
Whether you are interested in learning more about water quality, forests, Puget Sound or climate issues, becoming a volunteer or becoming a better steward of your property, you can find what you need here.
Landowner stewardship programs:
Nutrition Education for a Lifetime of Health
Nutrition classes for all ages. Learn to energize your life through good nutrition, food safety, and being active.
Upcoming Workshops and Events
Visit our calendar page for information on our upcoming workshops.
Celebrating 100 Years of Extension
In 2014, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act, which established the Cooperative Extension Service. The result of a unique educational partnership between the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the nation’s land-grant universities, Extension engages people, organizations and communities through programs to advance knowledge, economic well-being and quality of life by fostering inquiry, learning, and the application of research.
Join us as we celebrate Extension’s past contributions and look forward to the next 100 years of service. To learn more, visit.