Come visit us at our new location at 1075 South Ave W on the Missoula Fairgrounds.
Healthy Acres works to engage Missoula County landowners in hands-on, stewardship-based educational seminars focused on raising awareness of small acreage landowners to important land management issues, encouraging landowners to talk with their neighbors, build community relationships surrounding land management issues/strategies, create healthy land and vegetation management plans, and having landowners teach and help others with good land stewardship.Learn More
The Missoula County Master Gardener Program is an ever-evolving program to meet the needs of Missoula's gardening/farming-centric community. This course is an eight-week, 16+ hour course taught by local Extension agents, plant professionals, and Master Gardener volunteers.Learn More
Powerful Tools For Caregiver’s -helps caregiver’s care for themselves while caring for family. MTKNP-Montana Kinship Navigator Program (formerly Grandparents Raising Grandchildren) Support Group for kinship families- meets monthly.Learn More
Starting August 2021-Watch for monthly classes on planting, growing, harvesting, and preserving local foods, making edible centerpieces, herbal wreaths, and other exciting topics!Learn More
Anyone planning on purchasing and treating with a restricted-use-pesticide (RUP) must be a current Private Applicator in the state of Montana. RUPs can harm the environment or the applicator when not used as labeled, because of these concerns a license is required to purchase and apply these pesticides.Learn More
Partnering with the MT Department of Agriculture and Montana Cut Flower Association to enable the development and growth of existing and future Montana flower farmers.
The Missoula County Weed District and Extension service is launching a monthly education series called Blooms and Brews. This series will feature expert speakers on various topics related to gardening and our natural world.See Upcoming Programs
Lawns are a ubiquitous part of American urban and suburban life. It does take some effort to plant a flowering bee lawn. But once it’s established, it may require less work and maintenance than a traditional lawn.Start a Bee Lawn Today