Come renew your energy
and your thinking for the upcoming spring season!
Carver-Scott Extension Master Gardeners will present a delightful day filled with speakers and sessions geared towards rethinking, reusing, and restoring your landscape. This day promises something for everyone. Whether you’re a brand new gardener or seasoned veteran, you’ll discover new ways to approach your garden. You’ll also enjoy a delicious lunch, door prizes, silent auction items, and garden-related products sold by local vendors. We look forward to your arrival!
Presentations by Keynote Speakers:
Other Educational Sessions Presented by Carver-Scott Extension Master Gardeners
The program also includes vendor exhibits, silent auction, and door prizes.
Cost: $40 by February 28th (mail-in or online)
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Want to mail in your registration? Click here for a printable registration form
Want to print out our brochure? Click here to print out the brochure (It is 11" x 14")
Carver-Scott Extension Master Gardener Program
...to enhance and improve the environment and quality of life in the community
The mission of the Carver-Scott Extension Master Gardener Program is to involve volunteers trained in horticulture to use research-based resources of the University of Minnesota to enhance and improve the environment and quality of life in the community.
The Carver-Scott Master Extension Gardener Program is dedicated to fostering the growth and development of Master Gardener volunteers, creating a financially sustainable framework for program growth, and providing accessible products and services to the people and communities of Carver and Scott Counties.
In Carver and Scott Counties there are over 100 active Master Gardeners who volunteer several thousand hours per year at various activities including teaching classes for community education, free yard and garden help desks, question and answer booths at fairs and community expos, assisting at nursing homes and community gardens, and maintaining teaching gardens at both county fairgrounds.
What do Master Gardeners Do?
Master Gardeners in Carver and Scott counties joined together to form a unified group in 1987, with a grand total membership of five. Since those humble beginnings, the group has grown to its current size of 100+ active members. These members regularly average over 50 hours volunteer time per year and keep busy with many yearly projects. Our focus is Food, the Environment, Diversity and Youth. Click here for more information
Frequently Asked Questions
This link takes you to the listing of classes offered at no cost at libraires in both Carver and Scott counties.
Save the Date - 2014 Garden Tour
The Carver-Scott Extension Master Gardener 2014 Garden Tour will be on Saturday, July 19 from 9 - 4. Tour will feature gardens in Scott County. Ticket information, maps, tour preview and more are coming to this site spring 2014.
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