The Washington County Master Gardeners Association serves the needs of many different individuals throughout the County through education and outreach. Plant Health Advisors are individuals within the Association who volunteer their time and knowledge to assist people from the community with questions or problems they are having in their landscape. Our Plant Health Advisors are volunteers in the community. Please allow 24-48 hours for response to your inquiry.”.
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Master Gardener Information
The University of Wisconsin-Extension implemented the Master Gardener Program in Wisconsin in 1980. The purpose of the program is to have trained volunteers help county Extension horticultural staff reach out to a greater number of people who are interested in, or have questions about, gardening than the Extension staff can provide alone.
Who is eligible to be a Master Gardener Volunteer?
Any resident of Wisconsin 18 years or older. Potential Master Gardener Volunteers should be interested in horticulture (but a formal degree is not necessary), dependable, unbiased and open-minded, and willing to help people with their horticultural concerns. Participants are expected to provide volunteer service to their community. Although the program is statewide, some counties may choose not to offer the program.
How do I get started?
For more information, visit either the Washington County Master Gardeners website: http://wcmastergardeners.com/ or the University of Wisconsin-Extension Master Gardener Program website: wimastergardener.org
Questions or Concerns? Contact the Agriculture Staff