No hours are required in 2020 to remain active Master Gardener volunteer. Click here to learn more. However, if you did volunteer or complete continuing education as a Master Gardener in 2020, please log the hours online in the Volunteer Reporting System by December 31st. https://mastergardenerhours.hort.iastate.edu/
Join in to give back and have a ton of fun while you’re at it. The Whiterock Ultra folks are planning to help with some trail work – and everyone’s invited. The plan will likely include some weed whipping, grass cutting, removing log jams etc. on the Bobolink Trail, but given the dynamic nature of the trails, that could change this far out. If you want to go for a run before or after – we’re sure you will find some friends. https://www.whiterockconservancy.org/event/whiterock-trail-and-land-service-day
Online application opens today for 2021 Master Gardener Volunteer Training. Apply today via online form. Payment of fee will be made in August.
Who are Master Gardeners?
They are passionate about serving their communities and sharing gardening best practices. Master Gardener volunteers are individuals who have completed the Master Gardener training and share their time and expertise as volunteers in community gardens, city beautification projects, and farmers markets to name a few.