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Master Gardeners of Wright County

Master Gardeners of Wright County

Master Gardener Presentations at Wright County Fair 2012

The University of Minnesota Master Gardeners for Wright County will be speaking on several different topics at the Wright County Fair which runs from August 1st through August 5th 2012.

Watch for a complete schedule later this year!

For more information about the Wright County Fair's schedule please visit the link below:
www.wrightcountyfair.com/schedule.html

Spring Days Gardening Workshop/Seminars March 10th 2012

The Wright County Master Gardeners will be hosting the 10th annual "Spring Days" Horticultural Education Workshop, on Saturday, March 10th, 2011 at Saint Michael-Albertville Middle School West.

For more details and an interactive schedule please go to www.springdays.org.

About Us

Educating people where they live and work about horticultural best practices

Master Gardeners are University of Minnesota-trained volunteers whose job is to educate the public about a variety of horticulture subjects using readily-available, up-to-date research-based information. This educational effort is designed to enhance the public's quality of life and to promote good stewardship of the environment.

For more information or to request an application to become a Master Gardener, please contact the Wright County Extension Office: 763-682-7394.

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Join us!

A love of gardening, a search for knowledge and a desire to share that knowledge with others is central to why people join the Master Gardener program. They remain Master Gardeners to enjoy the friendship of others who share their interests, to gain and share research-based horticultural knowledge and to give back to the community through their volunteer commitment.

If combining your passion for people and plants sounds appealing, you may be a good Master Gardener candidate. A formal education in horticulture isn't necessary--we will provide the training and resources to help you teach others. There are five steps to becoming a Master Gardener - each step is described in more detail below.

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