Pre-recorded workshops

Our live gardening webinars are very popular, but they aren't always convenient for everyone.  We are working on a solution to this and hope to have convenient access available soon so check back for more details!

Online learning

These classes are set up differently than our pre-recorded workshops above. They are more in depth, significantly longer, and some of them can be used towards certification. These courses are designed to help beginning and experienced gardeners alike.

All courses are open to all members of the general public.

All of these are ongoing intake classes so you can register to begin any of them at any time.



You don't need to be registered in the Master Gardener program to take Master Gardener certification courses (MGCC). Any course you take will stay on your records. Should you decide to certify later, any MGCC you have taken will count toward your certification. Keep in mind that educational credits do expire after ten years so you may need to retake a class if you decide much later to certify.

Want to work towards certification, online? We have two options for you.

The Gardening at Usask Master Gardener program is an online program designed to teach new and experienced gardeners how to make thoughtful choices about their spaces to garden successfully. We are a pesticide-free program. There are 9 courses and about 40 hours worth of course materials in this program, plus a volunter inservice, plus an online, open book exam. For detailed information check out the Master Gardener Certificate page.

The Prairie Hort Certificate Program is a 3 year distance certificate program for the horticulture industry or passionate hobbiest. It is flexibly designed as a part-time program so you can balance work, school and life. Expect to work eight to ten hours per week for a 60-hour course (.6) & approximately half that for a 30-hour (.3) course.

Prairie Horticulture Certificate courses are approved by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) as technical training credits towards an apprenticeship in the Landscape Horticulturist trade. This technical training provides the option to stay in Saskatchewan to complete both your educational training and your on the job training. For details go to Landscape Horticulturist Apprenticeship Training.


Need more information?

Course information for each of the courses can be found by clicking on the course name above. If you need additional course information on our public courses, like workshops, or Master Gardener certification, please email

If you have questions about the PHC program, please contact them here.

If you have general registration questions, please contact Office hours are 8:00 am - 4:00 pm and any emails after this time will be answered the next business day.