Master Gardener Extension Volunteers
The Greene County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers will be holding various sessions on a host of topics sure to interest the expert gardener as well as the novice. For more information about the Greene County Master Gardeners, you may contact the extension office at (706) 453-2083.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Want to become a Master Gardener?
The Greene County Master Gardener Extension volunteer program is a selective process. You are invited to fill out all forms and applications, complete an interview and submit a check for training fees ($150.00) if selected to participate. Fees will be used to reimburse speakers for travel, professional development opportunities for Extension staff, and miscellaneous class materials. If selected for the Master Gardener Extension Volunteer program you will be expected to complete a background check, attend all training classes and programs and volunteer 50 hours after graduation of the training program to the Greene County Extension Office or projects approved by the Extension office. Applications can be picked up at the Greene County Extension Office (1180 C. Weldon Smith Drive, Suite 110, Greensboro, GA 30642) and can also be accessed by clicking on the below link. Applications are due October 26, 2017. Applications that do not include the signed volunteer agreement form will not be considered. Formal instruction will begin on January 18th, 2018 and will continue through May tentatively. Exact schedule details will be made available closer to the application deadline.
Have a question about this opportunity? Contact David Daniel, Jr., Greene County Extension Ag & Natural Resources Agent and County Extension Coordinator, at 706-453-2083 or DLDJr@uga.edu .Completed applications can be mailed, scan and email, or hand-delivered to: Greene County Extension, 1180 C. Weldon Smith Drive, Suite 110, Greensboro, GA 30642.
The Greene County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers will be working with the Greene County Extension Office to help address local homeowner and urban agriculture issues. Volunteer members will be available to help Greene county citizens identify the best ways to troubleshoot their gardening, home landscape and turf problems. UGA Extension is charged with providing unbiased, research –based education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and families. One of the five state initiates of the Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program is to increase awareness concerning the importance of environmental stewardship. If you would like help with an urban agriculture issue or would like to learn more about Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program please contact The Greene County Extension Office at 706 453 2083 or complete the contact form below and a Master Gardener will contact you to troubleshoot your issue.