BCGA members provide volunteer leadership and educational service in home gardening to the general public through educational programs such as our spring and fall Home Horticulture (aka Home Hort) series covering a variety of gardening subjects.

Our annual membership course in cooperation with the University of Idaho’s Master Gardeners trains prospective BCGA members in research-based gardening practices, equipping them to promote good gardening practices in the community.

The volunteer work of our members is visible at many public spaces, including the fairgrounds, the Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce and Farmin Park. BCGA volunteers also facilitate a number of area school gardens, working with teachers and students to encourage “hands on” learning.

Each of our qualified volunteers have undergone a minimum amount of university-based (or equivalent) training and are an excellent source of gardening know-how! Browse our Resource Library or reach out to us for help you with your garden-related questions!

BCGA members provide volunteer leadership and educational service in home gardening to the general public through educational programs such as our spring and fall Home Horticulture (aka Home Hort) series covering a variety of gardening subjects.

Our annual membership course in cooperation with the University of Idaho’s Master Gardeners trains prospective BCGA members in research-based gardening practices, equipping them to promote good gardening practices in the community.

The volunteer work of our members is visible at many public spaces, including the fairgrounds, the Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce and Farmin Park. BCGA volunteers also facilitate a number of area school gardens, working with teachers and students to encourage “hands on” learning.

Each of our qualified volunteers have undergone a minimum amount of university-based (or equivalent) training and are an excellent source of gardening know-how! Browse our Resource Library or reach out to us for help you with your garden-related questions!

BCGA members provide volunteer leadership and educational service in home gardening to the general public through educational programs such as our spring and fall Home Horticulture (aka Home Hort) series covering a variety of gardening subjects.

Our annual membership course in cooperation with the University of Idaho’s Master Gardeners trains prospective BCGA members in research-based gardening practices, equipping them to promote good gardening practices in the community.

The volunteer work of our members is visible at many public spaces, including the fairgrounds, the Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce and Farmin Park. BCGA volunteers also facilitate a number of area school gardens, working with teachers and students to encourage “hands on” learning.

Each of our qualified volunteers have undergone a minimum amount of university-based (or equivalent) training and are an excellent source of gardening know-how! Browse our Resource Library or reach out to us for help you with your garden-related questions!

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Get Involved

Join us! BCGA membership is about balancing CAMARADERIE (making friends and having FUN!) with COMMUNITY involvement through EDUCATION and outreach projects.

Public Resources

Have a gardening related question? Check out our public resources section. If you still have a question, drop us a line! Our knowledgeable members are happy to help!

Kids Korner

Resources for introducing children to gardening and projects to get them started. Also info about our school garden program in the Bonner County area.​

Get Involved

Join us! BCGA membership is about balancing CAMARADERIE (making friends and having FUN!) with COMMUNITY involvement through EDUCATION and outreach projects.

Public Resources

Have a gardening related question? Check out our public resources section. If you still have a question, drop us a line! Our knowledgeable members are happy to help!

Kids Korner

Resources for introducing children to gardening and projects to get them started. Also info about our school garden program in the Bonner County area.​

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