Clayton County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers

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The Clayton County Master Gardener Volunteer Program is an educational program offered through county offices of the Georgia Cooperative Extension Service. Through this program, individuals are trained and certified in horticulture and related areas.

These individuals, in turn, volunteer their expertise and services, under the direction of the Clayton County Extension Agent, to help others through horticultural projects and activities that benefit the community. Master Gardeners bring the latest horticultural information and practices from UGA research to their communities’ landscapes and gardens.

Through the Master Gardener Program, thousands of people in the United States have been trained as volunteers.

We routinely meet on the First Monday of each month @ 6:30pm at First United Methodist Church, in Jonesboro, Ga.

Consider becoming a member by applying to the Master Gardener Certification Program.  For more information, please contact Winston Eason, Clayton County Horticulture Extension Agent, 770-473-5434. We would love to have you join us!

    Clayton County Master Gardener
    Extension Volunteer Interns

    Lloyd Dawkins
    Rosalyn McFarland


    November 8th

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    MISSION STATEMENT (What We Do)    

    The Clayton County Master Gardeners, Inc. is organized to:

    •  Extend the members’ knowledge of and interest in gardening and related activities.

    •  Disseminate information to the public about horticultural practices and techniques in accordance with the research and recommendations of the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service.

    •  Enhance and supplement the horticultural efforts of the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service.
    •  Provide opportunities for its members to meet and associate with others who have similar horticultural interests.
    •  Assist Master Gardener interns in fulfilling their voluntary commitments.
    •  Provide the community with information about good gardening practices through news articles, news letters (and other media), clinics, exhibits and presentations at garden clubs, schools and other community groups.
    •  Advance the horticultural education of its members and the community.
    • We expand our knowledge by attending Advanced Classes on various topics related to the Master Gardener program.

       2014  CCMG OFFICERS                                       

    President:  George Jeburk
    Secretary - Libby Torbush
    Treasurer - Cathy Turner

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