The Massachusetts Master Gardener Association is comprised of amateur and professional horticulturalists with a mission to promote horticultural knowledge to the public through volunteerism. MMGA Master Gardeners become trained and certified through an intensive training program held at the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. The course consists of thirteen classroom and lab modules, including soil science, botany, entomology, plant pathology, pruning and propagation. Courses are conducted by both academic and industry professionals.
12 Thursdays â€¢ September 10â€” December 10 â€¢ 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
(No class on November 26)
Application deadline: Friday, August 1.
If you would like to pursue acceptance into the fall 2009 Massachusetts Master Gardener Association Master Gardener Training class, please download your application and enclose it, along with a nonrefundable registration fee of $25. The tuition fee of $500 is due within two weeks of acceptance into the program.
Apply today. The class fills quickly!
Location: MHS Horticulture Center
Contact: Michael Opton, 617-933-4963; firstname.lastname@example.org