Master Gardener Program

Master Gardener Volunteer Program

Master Gardeners are volunteers who provide garden and landscape information to area residents. They work with children and adults on numerous UW-Extension projects and gardens in Racine County.  They are trained through UW-Extension and must pass a criminal background check, sign a behavior agreement form, and complete the WI Mandated Reporter Course in order to enroll in Level 1 Training.

Master Gardener Level 1 Training:

Level 1Training is closed for 2018.

If you are interested in the Master Gardener Level 1 Training Program in Racine and Kenosha Counties,  contact Theresa Odell, Theresa.Odell@racinecounty.com

 

Visit the Wisconsin Master Gardener web site to learn more about this statewide program.

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View the Annual Reports for Racine County Master Gardeners:

2016:  racine2016aar

2017:   Racine 2017AnnualReport

 

 

Master Gardener Forms:

Time Sheet for 2019: timesheet2019

Hours Exemption form:  (Can be used for 2019)    MG-Exemption-request-form-2017 

Volunteer Behavior Expectations Form:  UWEXT-VOLUNTEER-BEHAVIOR-EXPECTATIONS-2-15-Protected

Project Sign-In/Out Sheet:  Sign In Sheet

 

 

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Racine/Kenosha Master Gardener Association

Master Gardener Volunteers can enhance their Master Gardener experience by joining the Racine/Kenosha Master Gardener Association, a non-profit organization.   The mission of the Racine/Kenosha Master Gardener Association (RKMGA) is to educate, beautify, and preserve the community through trained Master Gardener Volunteers and other interested volunteers. The Racine/Kenosha Master Gardener Association is separate from UWEX and is part of the Wisconsin Master Gardener Association.