Become a Hall County Master Gardener
We believe gardening can be beneficial for both our emotional wellbeing and the environment at large. Feel a deep sense of satisfaction while getting in touch with nature and contributing to Hall County.
If you're passionate about plants and looking for a fulfilling way to give back to your community, join Hall County Master Gardeners today!
Accepting 2024 Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Applications.
Contact The Extension Office
The first step is to reach out to the Hall County Extension office and express your interest in becoming a Master Gardener. They will provide you with information on the program and upcoming training opportunities.
Complete The Training Program
To become a Hall County Master Gardener, you must complete a training program that covers topics such as botany, soils, plant propagation, pest management, and more. The program typically involves classroom instruction as well as hands-on experience in gardening projects.
Once you complete the training program, you will need to complete a certain number of volunteer hours (usually around 50) before being certified as a Master Gardener. These volunteer hours can be completed through community projects such as maintaining public gardens or providing educational outreach.
As a Hall County Master Gardener, it's important to continue learning and staying up-to-date on new developments in horticulture and gardening practices. You'll be required to complete continuing education courses each year to maintain your certification.
Becoming a Hall County Master Gardener requires dedication, hard work, and a passion for gardening. However, it's also incredibly rewarding and offers numerous opportunities for personal growth while making a positive impact on your community.