Kirksville Area Master Gardeners

The Kirksville Area Master Gardener Club meets the third Tuesday of the month at the Adair County Extension Center. From time to time the club may meet at someone's home or take a field trip. So, if you're interested in attending oMaster Gardeners provide community service at Brashear Parkne of our meetings please contact Jennifer Schutter, University of Missouri extension horticulture specialist, for current information.

Some of our community service projects include planting and maintaining flower beds and other plantings at the Veteran’s Memorial, Brashear Park, other Kirksville parks, the Energy Trail, Adair County Public Library, and local churches. Other service provided by Master Gardeners includes assisting with the Garden n’ Grow youth garden program; assisting elderly friends and neighbors with their yard and gardens; assisting with garden programs at Kirksville nursing homes; folding and stuffing the horticulture newsletter; consultations and providing gardening advice.Master Gardener picnic at a member's house

 

 

 

 

In 2013, 31 Master Gardeners from Adair County reported 915 volunteer hours in our community. Of that, 588 were service hours, which has a value $13,018.32 using the 2012 value of $22.14 per hour from the Independent Sector.