Tennessee Master Gardeners (TMG's) are trained volunteers that participate in the community to educate and train the public in the latest gardening information and techniques. These volunteers, known as Master Gardeners, aid the Extension Service by running plant clinics; answering phone requests for horticultural information; establishing and maintaining demonstration gardens; working with the handicapped, youth, the elderly, and other special groups in the community; designing and implementing community involvement projects; as well as coordinating Master Gardener training programs. (From mastergardener.tennessee.edu)
Knox County Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who work closely with Knox County Extension agents to provide home gardeners with research-based information through UT and TSU.
Knox County Extension Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who work closely with Knox County Extension agents to provide home gardeners with research-based information through the University of Tennessee and Tennessee State University. Sharing their love of gardening and their willingness to serve their community, Knox County Master Gardeners are involved in a variety of horticulture projects and activities. (From knoxcountymastergardener.org/projects.html)
Tennessee Master Gardeners (TMG's) are trained volunteers that help the Extension Service share the latest and greatest gardening information! All volunteers are trained with 40 hours of horticultural classes and return 40 hours of volunteer community ser
The purpose of the Master Gardener program is to train citizens as horticultural-educated volunteers of The University of Tennessee Extension and the Tennessee State Cooperative Extension Program to work in partnership with their counties to expand the ed
Start your own seeds to get varieties of veggies, herbs, flowers that you can't find as plants at the local stores. Join Master Gardeners Barbara O'Neil and Marsha...
Join Knox County Extension Master Gardener Barbara O'Neil to learn how to collect soil samples, submit them for testing, and interpret the results. You’ll also...