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UGA Cooperative Extension

DeKalb County Extension Office:
Agriculture & Natural Resources
Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program

Master Gardeners

DeKalb Master Gardeners Photo Master Gardener Extension Volunteers are trained every year and veterans receive additional training to keep them current on horticultural issues. These volunteers assist us in all areas of our program and help us handle a large volume of citizen information requests.  Demonstration sites on composting, conservation and gardening are available for citizens to visit countywide.

Master Gardener training is “THE” training for all who are interested in volunteerism and community service. This twenty-two (22) part series is offered once a year, and it provides fifty (50) hours of training for a small fee and your commitment to return fifty hours of volunteer service. The volunteer hours are spent assisting the Extension office with its educational efforts.

Each year we offer this training series between early January and the end of March.  However, the application process for these classes closes out in October the year prior to the actual class. Therefore, interested gardeners should inquire about application procedures and deadlines through their local county extension office.

Need More Information?

Below are web page links for those interested in the School Master Gardener Program, becoming a Master Gardener, as well as information for our current Veteran Master Gardeners. Check out what our volunteers do on the Master Gardener project sites page. You may also contact our Master Gardener Volunteers via email with our "Contact Us" link.

Already a Master Gardner Webpage Link to School MG Web Page Link to MG Project Sites Web Page
How to Become a Master Gardener Web page Contact Your DeKalb Master Gardener Volunteer Via E-mail

 

 

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