News for gardenersWritten by Admin
Master Gardeners recruiting
The Haywood County Extension Center is now accepting applications for the 2015 Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program.
The Master Gardener Volunteer training class will begin in January and run through April. The class meets once from 9 a.m. till noon on Tuesdays. The cost of the program, including training materials, is $120. In order to become a Master Gardener Volunteer, participants must complete the entire class and participate in 40 hours of volunteer efforts through the Extension Center.
There are currently 120 active Master Gardeners in Haywood County. These Master Gardeners contribute thousands of hours each year through Cooperative Extension programs and answer gardening questions through the plant clinic hotline. If you enjoy gardening and would like to participate in the Extension Master Gardener program please contact the extension office today.