The Texas Master Gardener Program is an educational volunteer organization which is part of Texas A&M University’s AgriLife Extension Service. Master Gardener Programs are designed to increase the availability of horticultural information and extend horticultural projects throughout the community. The programs provide invaluable training and educational opportunities. Persons who become Master Gardeners contribute time as volunteers, working through their AgriLife Extension office to provide horticultural-related information in various ways to their communities.
The McLennan County Master Gardener program is one of 70 Master Gardener associations in Texas.
President: Dana McMahan
Vice President: Carol Reinking
2nd Vice President: Laynie Miller
Secretary: Ruth Wedemeyer
Treasurer: Leonard Foleen
Members-at-Large: Irma Serrato and Martha Lou Scott
McLennan County Master Gardener Association started in 1997 with 16 members, and we currently have over 100 members.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A TEXAS MASTER GARDENER?
Our Next MCMG Intern Class will be in 2023. Please check here for additional information.
For More Information
Additional information and application forms are available from
McLennan County Extension Office
4224 Cobbs Dr. Waco, Texas 76710
You may also learn more about the Texas Master Gardener Program here: Become a Texas Master Gardener