Lubbock County Master Gardener Association is a non-profit educational and volunteer service organization affiliated with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, an agency of Texas A&M University and is open to people of all ages, regardless of socioeconomic level, race, color, sex, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation or gender identity or national origin. The program is designed to increase the availability of horticultural information and extend horticultural projects throughout the county. The Master Gardener program is one of the most effective volunteer organizations in the U.S., with over 95,000 members, but our Association is proud to be a member of the Texas Master Gardener Association, the largest (and best!) Master Gardener program in the nation!
Who We Are
Lubbock Master Gardeners is a volunteer program whose mission is to increase gardening knowledge for the general public and its members; to support and assist the Lubbock County Office of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Services provide the community with information on good gardening practices; and to develop and enhance community programs related to horticulture.
What We Do
To support our mission, Lubbock Master Gardeners present educational programs, provide information through print and electronic media, research and respond to questions from local gardeners, and assist community and civic groups with gardening projects and issues.
What We Believe
Lubbock Master Gardeners believe in the use of research-proven techniques to provide maximum garden and landscape enjoyment while preserving and protecting the environment. We believe in water conservation, reduction of fertilizer and pesticide use, landscaping for energy conservation, and reduction of landscape wastes entering landfills. We believe in creating beautiful, easy-care landscapes. And we believe in sharing these understandings with others.