Audreen Williams, Laurel Moulton, Jan Danford and Teresa Bibler were awarded 2021 Clallam County Master Gardeners’ Golden Trowel awards during a ceremony at the Woodcock Demonstration Garden.
The award, for lifetime achievement, is presented to master gardeners who have been active for more than five years, donated more than 750 hours of volunteer time and demonstrated outstanding service promoting education and environmental stewardship.
Each awardee has an engraved rock paver with their name on it installed at the entrance to the Woodcock Demonstration Garden, along with the pavers naming more than 80 previous recipients since the award’s inception in 2005.
More than 7,000 hours have been contributed by these four Master Gardeners providing gardening education, identifying and offering solutions to plant problems for home gardeners, and supporting the Master Gardener Foundation of Clallam County’s Woodcock and Port Angeles Fifth Street Demonstration Gardens.
The Master Gardener Program provides public education in gardening and environmental stewardship generated from research at WSU and other university systems.
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