Master Gardener Volunteer Program

Welcome to the Master Gardener Volunteer Program!

The Master Gardener Volunteer program is a volunteer organization designed through the University of Wisconsin Extension to train horticulture volunteers.

Master Gardener Volunteers help the people of Rock County to better understand horticulture and the environment. Volunteers learn the fundamental basics of horticulture so that they can become effective community leaders through volunteering.

Anyone 18 years or older can become a Master Gardener Volunteer and no previous experience is required. The training program is designed for beginners and experts alike – there is always something new to learn.

Learn about the Rock County Master Gardener Volunteer program, including current projects, continuing education and volunteer opportunities.

 

For more information about the Master Gardener Volunteer Program in Rock County, please contact Julie Hill at julie.hill@wisc.edu or contact the Extension-Rock County office at 608-757-5066.

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