Next Meeting - November 14
with Ann Harvey
When: November 14, 6:00 pm potluck, 6:30 pm business meeting, speaker at 7:00 pm
Speaker: Ann Harvey
Location: Senior Citizen's Building, 1020 Maury County Park Dr., Columbia, TN.
Bio: Ann Harvey is a life-long gardener and lifelong learner. She grew up on a farm in Illinois watching her mother plant and harvest a half acre garden. She received her bachelor degree from Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois in biology. In 1995, she earned her master’s degree from the University of Illinois Springfield. In 2007, after 45 years in healthcare and education, she moved to Tennessee.
Ann completed the Williamson County UT master gardener course in 2008 and from that date has been active in the WCMGA serving on the board for the organization for two years and volunteering and teaching for WCMGA.
2017 Annual Plant Sale
Thank you to all who participated in some form or fashion for a successful event. Check out some photos from the May 2017 Plant Sale.
How Can I Become a Master Gardener?
Each Master Gardener must attend a 12 week training course offered by the UT Extension. The classes cover a wide variety of topics including wildlife, landscaping, flowers, trees. lawns, insects, plant diseases, and more. After completing the training you become an Intern for a year.
During the Intern year, a minimum of 40 hours of volunteer gardening related service and 8 hours of continuing education hours need to be completed.
2017 Master Gardener Classes cancelled
To learn more, check out the brochure
"How Do I Become A Master Gardener"
Contact: Dill Hughes, Extension Agent