November 2, 2021
Special Speaker Dr. Natalie Bumgarner - UT Extension
Natalie Bumgarner is the UT Residential and Consumer Extension Specialist with responsibilities for educational content development and programming across Tennessee. Natalie is a West Virginia native with a background in agriculture and has been active in various facets of horticulture for over 15 years.
Maury County Park, Senior Citizens Center
1020 Maury County Park Dr, Columbia, TN 38401
Start Time: 6:00 pm
Sign-in, conversation, door prizes, business, and speaker
How Can I Become a Master Gardener?
Volunteers must attend 40 hours of training offered by the UT Extension. Classes meet twice a week for 6 weeks. The sessions cover a wide variety of topics including wildlife, landscaping, flowers, trees, lawns, insects, plant diseases, and more. After completing the training the volunteer becomes an Intern for a year.
To become a “Certified Master Gardener,” an Intern must complete and document a minimum of 40 hours of volunteer gardening related service and 8 hours of continuing education.
Master Gardener Intern Training
The 2021 Master Gardener Intern Training started in February 2021 with two different sets of classes. The majority of the training is taking place online via Zoom. Additional in-person training opportunities will be determined.
Follow this link for a lot more info about the Intern Training.
For more information and to sign up for the 2022 classes use the QR code below or contact:
Roger Wayne Clark
Phone: (931) 375-5301
Maury County Extension Office
10 Public Square,
Columbia, TN 38401
To learn more, check out the brochure
"How Do I Become A Master Gardener"