Master Gardener℠ Volunteers of Onslow
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Who We Are
The Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Onslow County are community members who have a passion for gardening and helping others. They receive extensive training through the Cooperative Extension Service. In exchange, they volunteer their knowledge and expertise to the gardening public.
What We Do
Our Master Gardener℠ volunteers provide research-based information related to gardening to the residents of Onslow County. They also engage youth and seniors in gardening activities, staff the Plant Clinic, and provide outreach at events throughout the county. They also maintain the Discovery Gardens, which is Onslow County’s premier public demonstration garden.
Become a Master Gardener℠ Volunteer in
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR OUR 2022 TRAINING. We are accepting applications.
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Accepted applicants will attend a Master Gardener Volunteer Training Course. This course is taught by Extension Service staff, local experts and seasoned Master Gardener Volunteers. The program offers a minimum of 40 hours of instruction and a comprehensive Master Gardener Manual.
(which includes training fees and text book)
Cash or check only. Make checks payable to Onslow County CES
Class fee is non-refundable
- Plant Nutrition & Composting
- Insects, Weeds, & IPM
- Diseases & Disorders
- Herbaceous Ornamentals
- Native Plants, Youth, & Landscape Design
- Small Fruits
- Tree Fruits & Nuts
Once you complete the training program and pass a final exam, you will begin a volunteer internship. Master Gardeners Volunteers must volunteer 40 hours the first year and 20 hours each year after. You will learn more about plants and be a resource for your community. The opportunities for volunteer service are limitless. Many of our volunteers participate in plant clinics and educational exhibits, provide demonstrations at our Discovery Garden on various gardening topics and provide insight to the joys of gardening to seniors and young children. Master Gardener℠ Volunteers are representatives of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. Master Gardeners℠ will follow the research-based recommendations of the Cooperative Extension Service.
APPLICATIONS DUE NO LATER THAN JULY 22, 2022
If you’re interested in becoming a Master Gardener℠ Volunteer in Onslow County fill out the application and let us know!
Master Gardener℠ Volunteer Application
Click here for the MG Volunteer Application or come by our office and pick up a hard copy of the application.
Please note: We are accepting applications for the 2022 Training class.
Classes will run Aug 23-Oct 20
Every Tuesday and Thursday 9-12
Send your completed application to:
4024 Richlands Hwy.
Jacksonville, NC 28540
Give Emilee Morrison a call MON-FRI, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at (910) 455-5873 or email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org