Stark County Volunteers passionate about gardening and sharing and teaching others.
Working with county Extension personnel, Master Gardener Volunteers provide such educational services to their communities as: answering gardening questions from the public; conducting plant clinics; gardening activities with children, senior citizens, or disabled persons; beautifying the community; developing community or demonstration gardens; and other horticultural activities.
Integrated pest management (focuses on teaching and demonstrating IPM techniques in the garden and landscape)
Invasive species (focuses on teaching our clientele about the potential damage that invasive species might cause to the environment, and managing/eradicating invasive species)
Backyard and local foods (focuses on community gardens, local food councils/policies, urban agriculture/farms, and teaching and demonstrating how to grow vegetables)
Environmental horticulture (focuses on a wide variety of horticulture programs including storm water management, rain gardens, good plant selection practices, demonstration gardens, and more)
We are Ohio State University Extension trained volunteers empowered to educate others with timely research-based gardening information.
We do not offer any products... but we do have SERVICES that are FREE! Check out our "Services" section on our home page!
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