Applications Being Accepted for 2013 Fall Master Gardener Class
Posted: August 2, 2012
Penn State Extension educators, program assistants, and Master Gardeners will teach sessions and conduct hands-on activities. Topics include botany, entomology, pesticide safety, plant diseases, composting, and more.
In exchange for 36 plus hours of instruction, candidates must agree to volunteer 50 hours to the Master Gardener program. Master Gardener volunteer activities include composting workshops, presentations to groups and garden clubs, planting and maintenance of demonstration gardens, staffing the garden question hotline, etc.
The $175 registration fee covers the cost for materials. Payment arrangements are available. Training will be held on Thursday evenings from Oct 3, 2013 through the end of January.
For a copy of the application and additional information, contact Quentin Stocum, Clinton County Master Gardener Coordinator, at 726-0022 ext 3828 or email at email@example.com.