Master Gardeners

2019-2020 Master Gardener Association logo

Welcome to the webpage for the Master Gardeners of Ashland and Bayfield County.  Scroll down to learn about continuing education and volunteer opportunities as well as information about the Master Gardener General Training Course.  Also, be sure to check out my favorite horticulture links.

Master Gardeners in Bayfield County          Master Gardeners in Ashland County     

July 23,2020 MG Workshop Via Zoom – Honey Bees & Native Pollinators

Check out the Ashland/Bayfield Counties Master Gardener Association’s  Facebook Page  For upcoming events and relevant information.

Wisconsin Master Gardener General Training Course  

Extension Bayfield & Ashland Counties has not scheduled the WI Master Gardener General Training Course for 2020.

The course will be held over eleven training sessions.  Achieving Master Gardener Certification requires attending all the training sessions, passing the final exam and completing 24 hours of volunteer service within one year of completing the training course.

The cost for the full Master Gardener General Certification Course will be announced.. Scholarships are available. Enrollment for the class is limited to 20.

For more information contact the Ashland County (715-682-7017) or Bayfield County (715-373-6104 ext 0) -Extension Offices.

Class dates to be be announced at a later time.  

Registration due date will be announced.

For more information contact the Ashland County (715-682-7017) or Bayfield County (715-373-6104 ext 0)  Extension Offices.

Or by email Sarah DeGraff, Ag/Hort Extension Educator at sarah.degraff@wisc.edu or Theresa LaChappelle,Office Manager at theresa.lachappelle@wisc.edu

 

 

Master Gardener Online Reporting System (ORS)

Recommended horticulture links …

UW-Ext Horticulture Logo 

Weed ID and Management

MN Ext Yard & Garden Logo

For more information contact:

Sarah DeGraff

Agriculture/Horticulture Extension Educator

Extension Bayfield & Ashland Counties

715-373-3293

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