Do you enjoy plants and helping others be more successful with their home garden and landscapes? Then find out more about joining our Master Gardener Program.
Master Gardener Volunteer Mission Statement…
The mission of our program is to dispense reliable, unbiased, research-based gardening related information to the public. This initiative involves topics that include, but are not limited to soil analysis, plant selection and care, identification of insects, plant diseases, and answering gardener’s horticultural questions.
Master Gardener Volunteer Benefits…
Master Gardener Volunteer Trainee Qualifications…
Master Gardener Volunteer Training…Training for new Master Gardeners is held during the winter and early spring. Materials, refreshments, speaker’s fees and travel costs (sometimes) are just a few of the costs associated with running a qualifying course to train new Master Gardeners. The time devoted to each topic is generally 2.5 hours. Training may be half or full day sessions held one or two days a week.
Topics covered in training will include, but are not limited to:
Upon completion of the course, your training will continue while working with a Master Gardener Mentor.
Master Gardener Program Coordinator/Consumer Horticulture
315-331-8415 ext. 107
Last updated November 16, 2015