The Master Gardener Program is a national program of trained volunteers who work in partnership with their county Cooperative Extension office to expand educational outreach throughout the community by providing home gardeners with research-based information. Visit the pages in this section and find out how you can learn more about gardening AND share your knowledge with others in our communities!
Get all the details here on what Master Gardener Volunteers do, how they're trained, and how they give back to their communities! Then consider joining us!
Look for our Master Gardener Volunteers at the Oneonta Farmers' Market, and ask your questions about your plants, trees, vegetables, flowers or lawn care!
View the Spring 2017 Workshop and Activity Schedule,sponsored by Schoharie County Master Gardener Volunteers.
Our last Master Gardener Volunteer training was in 2016. Find out more here about what training entails, and learn how you can become a Master Gardener Volunteer.
Last updated June 21, 2018