Washington County Master Gardener Volunteers

Washington County Master Gardener Class of 2009 group on a porch
Washington County Master Gardener Class of 2009

Maine’s Master Gardener Volunteer Program provides participants with at least 40 hours of in-depth training in the art and science of horticulture.  Trainees receive current, researched-based information from Extension educators and industry experts.  In return, trained Master Gardeners volunteer their time and expertise in many ways for community programs and activities.

As part of a nationwide Cooperative Extension effort, Master Gardeners are recognized as well-trained practitioners who serve and beautify their communities.  They are linked to a professional network of support through the county, state, and national Cooperative Extension offices.

2019 Hancock/Washington Counties Master Gardener Volunteer Training Information

Deadline to apply: Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 4:30 p.m

If you would like to be contacted when the next course is offered, please email tara.a.wood@maine.edu.

Visit the Hancock & Washington Counties Master Gardener Volunteers page for more information.


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