UI Extension, Twin Falls County provides a range of resources to help homeowners with their yards and gardens. We provide expertise in:
- Turf grass
- Ornamental plants
- Woody plants
- Pest management
- Tuesdays from May to October
- 1-4 p.m.
UI Extension, Twin Falls County runs a plant diagnostic clinic May-October on Tuesdays from 1-4 p.m. Stop by if you have a question.
Clinics are also held in other southern Idaho UI Extension offices, including Jerome, Gooding, Cassia, Minidoka, Lincoln and Blaine.
Classes and Workshops
We offer community classes throughout the year. Contact UI Extension, Twin Falls County for current schedules.
Each year a Master Gardeners course is held in multiple locations throughout southern Idaho, usually beginning in January. Winter 2017 scheduled classes will be located in Rupert and Twin Falls. In addition, a fall class will be held in Hailey.
Idaho Master Gardeners
Idaho Master Gardeners expand their knowledge and skills in home horticulture and serve their communities as trained volunteers.
To apply to be a Master Gardener you should meet a few requirements:
Interest, and some knowledge, in basic gardening, horticulture and plant-related topics. We don’t require gardening experience to join the program, but those with some experience may have an easier time.
Willingness to reach out to the community and communicate with the public.
Commitment to at least 40 hours of class and 40 hours of horticulture-related volunteering.
- Be 16 years of age or older.
Contact the UI Extension, Twin Falls County office for how to apply.