Master Gardener Volunteer Program

The Master Gardener Volunteer program is an all-volunteer organization sanctioned by Land Grant institutions in each state and functions as an extension of the college or university.  In Wisconsin, the program is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Extension.  Master Gardener Volunteers are trained volunteers who aid University of Wisconsin-Extension staff by helping people in the community better understand horticulture and their environment. Click on the link for Information on The Dunn County Master Gardener Program (pdf).

For more information on the state Wisconsin Master Gardener program, please visit Wisconsin Master Gardener Volunteer Program website.

For more information on the local Dunn County Master Gardener Association, please email the Dunn County Master Gardener Association at dunncomga@gmail.com or visit their website at http://dunnmastergardeners.weebly.com/..

Dunn County Master Gardener Association Board

President Sally Schendel
Vice-president Betty Verdon
Treasurer Nancy Schofield
Secretary Vacant
WIMGA Rep Diane Klemme

The Dunn County Master Gardeners meet monthly on the third Tuesday during January-June and August-November. Speaker presentations are open to the public and are held at 6:30 pm, unless noted. The Dunn County Master Gardener Association meeting is held after the speakers presentation. Meetings are typically held at the Dunn County Community Services Building, 3001 US Hwy 12 East, Room 101, Menomonie, WI 54751.

2015 Dunn County Master Gardeners Annual Report (pdf)

2016 Dunn County Master Gardeners Annual Report (pdf)

2017 Dunn County Master Gardeners Annual Report (pdf)

2018 Dunn County Master Gardener Speaker and Meeting Schedule

Committee Members:  Betty Verdon, Laura Cragin and Howard Lee

2018 Schedule To Be Announced

  • No January 2018 meeting

 

Advisor to the Dunn County Master Gardeners:

Katie Wantoch, Agriculture Agent
Dunn County UW-Extension Office
3001 U.S. Hwy 12 East, Suite 102
Menomonie, WI 54751
(715) 232-1636

 

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