How to become a Master Gardener

So You Want to Be a Master Gardener? You can become a Master Gardener if you are interested in learning about plants and gardening, willing to provide forty hours of volunteer service to the community and helping others know how to grow.

The Master Gardener training program expands your knowledge of plants and their environment, provides hand-on experience as well as an opportunity to help others with their questions and problems. Your experience not only will be rewarding, but you will also gain a huge family of friends along the way.

Classes will be in November this year and conclude towards the end of April or May. Classes are held:
  • Mondays from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • Saturdays from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Those wishing to apply for the training are encouraged to contact the Extension office before late August and add their names to our waiting list for the class. Applicants are required to attend an interview prior to the new course starting. Classes typically take place at the Agricultural Resource and Learning Center (ARLC) at 2011 Fairgrounds Road. The class fee for Master Gardener Training is $200.00 and is due one week prior to the first class. Checks are to be made payable to the Natrona County Extension.

View the Master Gardener Training Brochure (PDF).

For more information contact the UW Extension of Natrona County at (307) 235-9400.