Become A Master Gardener Volunteer
Why Become an Extension Master Gardener?
Extension Master Gardeners become friends with many interesting and talented individuals. Extension Master Gardeners never stop learning, but continue to grow in their knowledge of garden related issues. Being an Extension Master Gardener volunteer is a fun, interesting and rewarding experience.
Who Can Apply?
Any McPherson County resident, age 18 or over who has an interest in gardening can apply. If you want to improve your skills and knowledge and you like to work with people, the Extension Master Gardener program may be for you. A potential McPherson County Master Gardener must demonstrate an interest in gardening, an enthusiasm for acquiring and sharing knowledge, and a sincere commitment to volunteerism and community betterment.
The application process involves the following steps:
- Attend an optional meeting where the Master Gardener program will be explained and what is required of Master Gardener trainees will be outlined.
- Complete and submit the Master Gardener Application