Jessica Cejnar / Wednesday, June 30, 2021 @ 10:08 a.m.

UC Cooperative Extension Holds First Master Gardener Training Since 2015

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Anyone interested in becoming a master gardener can look to the UC Cooperative Extension for help.

From a UCCE press release:

Do you enjoy gardening? Want to learn more about gardening and share your successes with others by volunteering in the community? Then the University of California Master Gardener Program is for you. The UCCE Humboldt/Del Norte program is pleased to announce their upcoming training.  

UC Master Gardeners are University of California Cooperative Extension trained volunteers who provide research based technical support to home gardeners, schools, and special projects throughout the county.  

Volunteers will receive 19 weeks of extensive training starting January 25, 2022. Applications are being accepted July 1, 2021, through midnight August 31, 2021.  Applicants will be invited to a mandatory informational Zoom meeting Tuesday September 14, 2021, at 9:00 am. (save that date as this is mandatory to be considered for acceptance into the training program).

To find out more about becoming a Master Gardener and to obtain an application (available 7/1/21), go to our website at:


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