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Huntington County Master Gardeners

April 20, 2021
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"Helping Others Grow" 

 

Why should you become a Master Gardener?

What training will you get?

Requirements of the Master Gardener Program:

When you have been accepted into a training session, you should make every effort to attend all the classes in the series.  Each class lasts 3 hours. 

After completion of your training, you will take a test over the material covered and must score 70% or higher on the exam to become a MG intern.  You must complete volunteer hours of approved garden-related activities equal to the number of classroom hours. Volunteer hours may consists of such services as answering garden questions, conducting gardening classes, working in the Master Gardener demo gardens and assisting in other garden related educational activities.

After you have completed the required volunteer hours as an intern, you will be certified as a Purdue Extension Master Gardener!

 

Next training begins March 4th, 2021!

Wabash and Huntington Counties will be partnering this training series beginning Thursday, March 4th and ending Thursday, June 3rd.

The classes will be held in both Huntington and Wabash counties. For more information, please call our office at 260-358-4826 or email Ed Farris at emfarris@purdue.edu

 

If you have an interest in becoming a Master Gardener, please email Ed Farris at emfarris@purdue.edu

 

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