Master Gardener Training - Adair Co/NE and Mid-Missouri

Description

The Master Gardener program trains individuals in the science and art of gardening. Graduates become volunteers who advise and educate the public on gardening and horticulture. Local Master Gardener chapters provide ongoing education, organize gardening activities for the public good, conduct research, and many other types of projects.

This offering will have two cohorts, one in mid-Missouri (Boone, Cole, and surrounding counties) and one in the Kirksville/Adair County area. You will choose a cohort in the registration, and may select any cohort that is convenient for you.

For this offering, the primary course content will be delivered online (via Zoom) on Wednesday mornings, 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. "How to" instructions and tips for using Zoom will be provided by email prior to the first class.

In-person lab sessions will illustrate what was covered during the Wednesday classes through tours, demonstrations, and hands-on activities all held in the local cohort vicinity.

 --For the mid-Missouri cohort, the lab sessions will be from 9:00 to 11:30 every other Friday: Aug 27, Sept 10, Sept 24, Oct 8, Oct 22 and Nov 5. but participants can expect morning hours.

 --For the Kirksville/Adair County cohort, lab sessions will be on Thursdays, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on the following Thursdays:  Aug 26, Sept 9, Sept 23, Sept 30, Oct 7, Oct 21, and Nov 4.   

Friday sessions are optional but strongly encouraged.

Lead trainers are James Quinn, retired MU Extension horticulture specialist, and Jennifer Schutter, horticulture specialist in Adair County.

Cost: $200

Partners:
Heart of Missouri Master Gardener chapter
Central Missouri Master Gardener chapter
Kirksville Area Master Gardener chapter

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