The University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener program is an internationally recognized volunteer program. It exists in all fifty states, in Canada and in the United Kingdom. Nationally, there are nearly 100,000 Master Gardener volunteers from all walks of life. They reach about 5 million people each year – the equivalent of more than $100 million in value to communities. In Minnesota, the Master Gardener program is coordinated by University of Minnesota Extension and has strong ties to the research and outreach of the Department of Horticultural Science. The mission of the University of Minnesota Master Gardener program is to support Extension by providing volunteers trained in horticulture to educate the public with research based information on the best practices in consumer horticulture and environmental stewardship.
NEW to Isanti County!!
First meeting April 21st @ 6:00pm at
Isanti Government Center
An exciting adventure is just waiting for
you in the pages of your Junior Master
Gardener Handbook. Make plantable
greeting cards, discover the wonderful
world of worms, make bug suckers, create
your own spider web, grow your own
vegetables, and make yummy dishes for
you and your family.