Sumner County Master Gardener Programs 

The Master Gardener program has a two-part mission:
1)   Increase the horticultural knowledge of participants.
2)   Encourage the sharing of horticultural information through volunteering.
The training consists of approximately 15 sessions on different topics, totaling about 40 hours of training.
Participants agree to return 40 volunteer hours back to the program in the community plus earn 8 hours of continued education units.
Participants become Certified Master Gardeners once the requirements are met. Annual requirements to maintain certification are 25 volunteer and 8 continued education hours.
Training sessions begin in mid-January and continue through early to mid-April. The sessions will be held in Gallatin. The training will include weekly sessions on Thursday nights and possibly sessions on a Saturday or two during the period, The night sessions begin at 6:30 pm and end at 9:00 pm. Single Saturday sessions are done by noon.
I keep a list of people who contact me and are interested in the class. If you will send me your mailing address, I will add you to my list.
Please email your name and contact information to and/or call 615-452-1423 with any other questions that you might have.


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