Friday, July 1, 2011

Become a Master Gardener Volunteer!

Do want to learn more about gardening? Would you like to share your knowledge with others? Do you have time to volunteer in your community? If so, you should become a Master Gardener Volunteer!

Master Gardener Volunteers are people just like you who enjoy gardening and want to share their passion and knowledge with others. Master Gardeners volunteer with their local Cooperative Extension’s horticulture outreach program to share sustainable gardening information with people in their community.  The first step to becoming a Master Gardener is to attend Master Gardener training. 

Pender County Cooperative Extension is now accepting applicants to their 2011 Master Gardener training course, which begins August 16th. To find out more about the Master Gardener Program, download an application and training schedule, visit or contact Charlotte Glen by calling 910-259-1235 or email  

1 comment:

  1. Charlotte, I went with your gardening group last year to a farm that had produce and sold goat milk soap. It was a lady, her husband and her daughters that ran the place. Could you let me know the name of that farm and where it is located? I've forgotten. Thanks.