Love Gardening? It’s Time to Become a Master Gardener Classes Start Soon
If you love to garden then have you thought about taking it a step further and become a Master Gardener?
The Bowie County Master Gardeners is giving you the chance to be a part of an intern training class and become a member of the Master Gardener program. It will all begin next month in January.
What is a Master Gardener?
It's pretty simple and straightforward, a Master Gardener is someone that first of all is interested in gardening and horticulture, but you must wat to learn more about gardening and have a desire to share your knowledge and help others.
To be a Texas Master Gardener you'll receive training in horticulture and also volunteer through the Bowie County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office.
According to the press release about becoming a Master Gardener;
Once an intern has completed the 50-hour training, they will join the monthly Bowie County Master Gardener meetings, participate in trainings and volunteer service in the county and their communities.
A criminal background check will also be required. The classes start on January 20, 2022. and will include 35 hours of virtual training and 15 hours of hands-on training. You can find out cost information and more by contacting the Extention Office at (903) 628-6702 you can also e-mail Bowiefirstname.lastname@example.org
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