Become a Master Gardener
Are you interested in becoming a Glenn County Master Gardener?
As part of our training program, applicants attend a 18-week series of classes in plant science, soils, water management, vegetable gardening, entomology, integrated pest management, home orchard, turf grass, pathology, weeds, pest control and more. Classes are taught by experts in their fields, including UC Cooperative Extension Advisors and Specialists.
After passing a written examination and completing a minimum of 50 hours of volunteer service, the Master Gardener is certified. To maintain your affiliation with the University Master Gardeners, you need to complete 12 hours of continuing education yearly and continue to volunteer 25 hours per year.
Glenn County will be hosting a new training class starting in January 2016
For more information, please visit our 2016 Training Class page: 2016 Master Gardener Training Class