Meet the Master Gardeners – New Training Class Starting March 2019

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Happy Holidays

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Welcome 2019 HCMGA Board of Directors

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Matt McKenzie (President), Patricia Hupp (President-elect) , Mary Conwill (Vice President), Helen Aristar-Dry (Recording Secretary), Suzanne Love (Corresponding Secretary), and Pasty Liao (Treasurer). Photo by Philly Janowski

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There will only be one training class in 2019. Applications are now being accepted.

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If you have always wanted to be a Master Gardener, now is your chance! Please complete the application and volunteer agreement using the following links:

HCMG-2019-Application

HCMG Volunteer Agreement

HCMGA 2019 Class Schedule

 

 

Monarchs are Migrating

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Monarchs are migrating!!! I have about 2 dozen fueling up for their trip south. Gregg’s Mistflower and Henry Duelburg Sage seem to be their favorites. Remember to plant pollinator plants with different bloom times so there is always something available for our pollinators.

Posted by Hays County Master Gardeners Outreach on Sunday, October 28, 2018

Video by Diana Grabowske Black

Meet our Fall 2018 Master Gardener Interns!

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Hays County Master Gardeners Welcome

Welcome!

 

Hays County Master Gardeners are so happy you have found our website.  We are a dedicated group of gardeners that live in the Texas Hill Country and have a variety of landscapes we are gardening.  We are a non-profit educational outreach of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Our purpose is to assist AgriLife by facilitating educational projects and providing researched information on good gardening practices to the general public. Our members have both the time and commitment needed to fulfill these community needs through their participation in the Hays Master Gardener Association.