Train to Become a Master Gardener Volunteer

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Cooperative Extension will conduct a 16-week training program for those who would like to become Volunteers in the Master Gardener℠ program. Upon completion of training, volunteers will serve the Vance and Warren County communities in a variety of education and outreach projects, including demonstration gardens, youth education, workshops and much more.

The class will meet on Thursday mornings (9 a.m. to noon) beginning August 11, 2022 and continuing through early December. The training fee will be approximately $125. Space is limited, and applicants will be selected based on the best fit with program needs. Approximately half the classes will meet in Henderson, with the other half meeting in Warrenton. Attendance is expected at all classes.

No green thumb required, as the training class covers all aspects of horticulture including trees, shrubs, fruits, vegetables, flowers, turf, insects, plant disease, weeds and more.

Download an application form. The form may be filled out on a computer or by hand. Submit to the address on the form, or send via email.

For more information, contact paul_mckenzie@ncsu.edu or call 252-213-6095.