Do you enjoy being outdoors? Would you like the opportunity to learn more about growing plants? Do you like to share your knowledge with others? If so, become part of the MSU Extension Master Gardener Program!
This horticulture education and volunteer training program is taught by Michigan State University Extension horticulture experts. No prior knowledge or experience in gardening is required, but experienced, garden enthusiasts are also welcome. The winter 2020 session in Livingston County (Howell) is now open for registration. You can register online at https://events.anr.msu.edu/mgvpspringlivingston20/ or call MSU Extension - Livingston County at (517) 546-3950 for more details. Don’t delay!
Registration deadlines are Jan. 7 with payment by check, or Jan. 14 with payment by credit card. Additional info about the program can be found on the registration website or by visiting mg.msue.msu.edu.
***. The Livingston County class will be held at the EMS building at 1911 Tooley Rd. off M-59 and Grand River, in Howell on Tuesdays from 1-5 p.m
The MSU Extension Master Gardener Program is a volunteer training program for people who are enthusiastic about learning science-based, environmentally-friendly gardening practices. After training, MSU Extension Master Gardeners share their knowledge with others to improve Michigan communities. Information and registration for the Livingston County (Howell), winter 2020 volunteer training course here: events.anr.msu.edu/mgvpspringlivingston20/ .