We empower our gardeners to run their own program, giving them as much support and recognition as possible. Master Gardeners actively involved in their communities find that the program is very rewarding, as well as challenging.
Master gardeners are often utilized to assist in the implementation of our horticultural program. Master gardeners volunteer to answer gardening questions, speak at conferences, make television and radio appearances, and work with youth on gardening projects in their communities.
Take a look at About the Master Gardener program to get more information about the University of Minnesota Master Gardener program. Use the Master Gardener Volunteer Tools to submit hours or address changes online.
Check out upcoming Horticulture Events, including Master Gardener activities and view our photos of the Flower Garden at the Clay County Courthouse.