Master Gardener Classes
Now Offered in Richland County
Classes start this January!
Come join like-minded gardeners. You don’t have to be an expert – we’ll teach you where to find the answers to your gardening questions.
Training classes will include the following topics:
• Fruits & Berries
• Perennials, Annuals & Bulbs
• Trees, Shrubs & Vines
• Lawns & Lawn Alternatives
• Botany & Plant Physiology
• Plant Propagation
• Soils & Fertilizer
• Basic Entomology
• Pollinators & Beneficial Insects; Household Pests
• Integrated Pest Management; Pesticides & Chemical Safety
• Plant Pathology
• Diagnosing Plant Problems
• Composting & Wildlife Management
• Helpline & Master Gardener Resources
Classes are scheduled as follows:
• 11 consecutive Monday evenings: Jan. 24 through April 11 (6-9 p.m.)
• 3 Saturdays: Jan. 29, Feb. 26 & March 26 (one per month 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.)
Most classes will be held at the Longview Center (1495 W. Longview Ave.).
On March 26, we will meet at Kingwood Center.
Classes will be taught by OSU Extension personnel, Kingwood Center staff, Richland County Master Gardener Volunteers, and other gardening experts.
Class fee is only $100 for all sessions and includes Master Gardener Manual, instructors, and materials. Partial scholarships may be available.
To register for classes, or to learn more about becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer, call Jean Taddie (419) 564-7707.
Classes offered in Richland County starting this January!
√ Yes, I’m interested in learning more about the Master Gardener Volunteer program and/or training. Please contact me:
Gardening interests and/or experience: ______________________________________
For information about the upcoming Master Gardener training please call:
Jean Taddie, Master Gardener Volunteer