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Lost & Found

If you lose or find an item, go to the Lost & Found table next to the Raffle table in the Marketplace. If your lost item is not at the Lost & Found table, give them your contact information so that we can notify you if it is found after the workshop ends.

Package Storage

Your purchases can be stored until classes end so an extra trip to your car is unnecessary. Just drop off your package at the Package Storage table, next to the Raffle table, and it will be secured for you until you pick it up.

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Waste Wise


Whidbey Gardening Workshop strives to be a zero-waste event. This means that we try to have 100% of the material generated be compostable or recyclable to avoid sending anything to a landfill at the end of our event. A small portion of your registration fee offsets the additional costs associated with providing and handling compostable and recyclable products. We ask our food and beverage vendors to use only compostable products as well. Volunteers from the WSU Waste Wise program work with us to achieve zero waste. If you have questions about Waste Wise, our composting and recycling goals, or waste reduction in general, look for a Waste Wise volunteer (in the bright orange hats) and ask. They will be glad to help.

In addition, Oak Harbor High School requires that we not have any open containers for water or coffee. You can help by bringing closed containers for your coffee and water.


Whidbey Gardening Workshop aims to be accessible to all who want to attend our event. When you register, please let us know if you have special needs. We will provide closer seating, wheelchair access, and other accommodations when we can. However, if accommodation is not requested in advance, we cannot guarantee the availability of accommodation on site.

If you have other questions, please contact us by phone or email.

Persons with a disability requiring special accommodations while participating in this program may also contact WSU Island County Extension.

Disability Access

Ask Me Help

You will notice Master Gardener volunteers walking around with "Ask Me" help buttons. If you have questions, need directions, or have a problem of any kind, flag down one of those individuals. They are there to help you.