Master Gardener Program

Wisconsin Master Gardener Organization

St. Croix Valley Master Gardeners

Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who aid University of Wisconsin-Extension by helping people in their communities better understand horticulture and their environment. This national program was introduced to Wisconsin in 1977. The Master Gardener Program is in all 50 states and several countries. The goal of the program is to educate and encourage volunteers to help enhance the public’s knowledge and awareness of horticulture and natural science. Benefits of participation in the program include new interests, exploration, research, friendships, recognition, self-confidence, leadership and education.

Would you like to become a Master Gardener in St. Croix or Pierce County? Please contact the Pierce County UW-Extension Office at 715-273-3531 or e-mail to sign up for training and volunteer activities with the St. Croix Valley Master Gardeners.

The St. Croix Valley Master Gardener volunteers and the UW-Extension sponsor a community garden north of New Richmond, WI.

Volunteers Needed to “Share the Bounty”: A portion of the St. Croix Community Garden is grown and harvested by volunteers who then share the produce with senior centers and those in our community who are less fortunate. If you would like to help with the Share the Bounty Project in any way please call or e-mail the St. Croix County UW-Extension Office. The help of service organizations is always welcomed.

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