Become a Lee County Master Gardener

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CONTRIBUTED BY LEE COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS

Would you like to learn about Alabama landscapes and gardens?

Volunteer in your community?
Then you are a great candidate for the Master Gardener Intern Training.
You do not have to be a garden expert, just come with a desire to learn and grow!

As part of the Master Gardener intern class, you will receive horticultural training specific to Central Alabama’s soils and climate, training materials and best of all, you will make great new friends, and have an opportunity to give back to your community through volunteering. 

2021 Fall Session: Aug. 12 (online Registration available now)
www.aces.edu/blog/topics/lawn-garden/alabama-extension-master-gardeners-volunteer-program

Classes: Aug. 12 to Nov. 18
Thursdays 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Virtual and In-person
Application Deadline:
Aug. 6, 2021. The course fee is $100.
*You will be contacted for a class orientation prior to the start date.

The 14-week Master Gardener training course is held at the Lee County Extension Office, Opelika. Classes are taught by professors and specialists from Auburn University, Extension agents and veteran Master Gardeners.
Contact the Lee County Extension Office 334-749-3363 or Dani Carroll, Regional Extension Agent, at 256-458-6043 or danicarroll@aces.edu.

Have you ever wanted to volunteer with Alabama Extension Master Gardeners? The Alabama Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Program is an educational volunteer-recruitment program offered through the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Volunteers work with Extension to bring the latest horticultural information to their communities – and have a lot of fun while doing it! Registration is open for fall 2021.

If you have any questions about the program, please give Dani Carroll a call at the Lee County Extension Office – 334-749-3353

www.aces.edu/blog/topics/lawn-garden/alabama-extension-master-gardeners-volunteer-program.

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