Are you interested in gaining in-depth home horticulture skills and knowledge, plus giving back to your community? Consider becoming an OSU Master Gardener™! This 17-week program develops knowledge and skills in botany, horticulture, vegetable cultivation, soil science, insect and plant disease identification and mitigation, and much more. In exchange for classroom instruction, Master Gardeners agree to help local Extension faculty and staff extend horticultural information to people in their communities.
When: Wednesdays, 9 am – 4 pm Jan 16 to Apr 17, 2019. Weekly, three-hour Practicum sessions are held Jan 31 to May 11, 2019
Where: Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center, 569 Hanley Rd, Central Point, OR 97502
Tuition is $300 (includes the 500-page manual). Scholarships and non-volunteer program options available.
Volunteer Option (full Master Gardener Certification)
Non-Volunteer Option (Home Horticulture Certificate)
For help registering, contact Sheila Lee. Read more information on the Jackson County Master Gardener Association.