The Massachusetts Master Gardeners get involved in our communities in many ways. There is a program suited for your garden club, youth group or to help you with your own gardening.
What is the Speakers’ Bureau? It is a group of Massachusetts Master Gardeners who are available to speak to garden clubs, civic organizations, schools and other groups on a wide variety of topics from the world of gardening, horticulture, landscaping and the environment. Speakers choose the topics in which they feel proficient and offer slide or PowerPoint programs to illustrate their talk. The Speakers’ Bureau also offers a limited number of demonstrations and hands-on workshops. More info (link to : http://massmastergardeners.org/who-i-am/ )
The Massachusetts Master Gardener Association is available to answer your gardening questions. Let us help you research your horticultural questions. Speak with Master Gardeners about your gardening and growing challenges. The Help Line is where your questions lead to solutions and expand your knowledge. More info (link to: http://massmastergardeners.org/what-i-do/ )
The Massachusetts Master Gardener Association will set up and staff an outreach booth at a variety of horticultural events, including farmers markets, seasonal town fairs, and agricultural fairs. They will help answer horticultural questions, have hands- on events for children and answer questions about the Master Gardener organization. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Gardening Programs
The Massachusetts Master Gardener Association is available to help community members build, maintain, and work in various community gardens. This includes, but it not limited to, historical gardens, town gardens, and not for profit gardens. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us at email@example.com
The Massachusetts Master Gardener Association works with various school gardens in eastern Massachusetts. We work with the children to plant, care and harvest vegetables. Teachers use the garden as hands on learning for various educational subjects. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org