Pulaski County Master Gardeners

The Pulaski County Master Gardeners meet at:
Waynesville Library
First Thursday of every month, 6:00–8:00 p.m.

The Missouri Master Gardener Program is a public service program offered by University of Missouri. Master Gardeners are volunteers that work to extend the knowledge of the University in cooperation with the Pulaski County Extension office. They are a group of highly trained volunteers that teach classes in school gardens, provide advice and education in community gardens, maintain demonstration gardens that illustrate a variety of gardening methods, deliver gardening information to radio stations, and host gardening fairs and seminars for the public. Master Gardeners help others learn about sustainable gardening methods. They provide reliable and research-based horticultural programming for Missouri residents. They are members of the local community that have taken an active interest in their lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers and gardens. They are enthusiastic individuals that are willing to learn and help others and are able to communicate with diverse groups of people.

Any resident with an interest in gardening, novice or expert, may take the Master Gardener Core Course. For complete information, please visit extension.missouri.edu/programs/master-gardener.

Master gardeners gardening

Get in-depth horticultural training and join the Master Gardeners in “helping others learn to grow.”

Missouri map with a dogwood flower overlaid on it

Missouri Master Gardeners, use this online system to report your volunteer hours.

garden journal on table with gloves

Put your plans, thoughts and results on paper to help ensure successful gardening.