The Iowa State University Extension Master Gardener Program originated in Scott County.
In 1979, Scott County (Davenport) was the first county in the State of Iowa to implement a Master Gardener Program. Scott County currently has a force of about 130 volunteers. A monthly newsletter provides timely horticultural information and a schedule of local Master Gardening events and training.
Learn more about the ISU Scott County Extension Master Gardeners by downloading the brochure (pdf).
See how the ISU Scott County Extension Master Gardeners have been"Getting the job done in Scott County since 1979".
ISU Scott County Extension Master Gardener's Mission:
To provide home horticulture information and education to the citizens of