Do you enjoy gardening and would you like to improve your horticultural knowledge and skills? If so, consider becoming a Master Gardener through Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Camden County.
Earn the distinctive title of Master Gardener and you will join the ranks of thousands of others throughout New Jersey. Certification is achieved by completion of a rigorous, science-based training program and 60 hours of volunteer service where you assist Rutgers Cooperative Extension in addressing horticultural and environmental issues in Camden County. To learn more and to apply, visit the Master Gardeners of Camden County website.
Are you wondering how to get rid of that annoying weed in your lawn? Not sure when you should lime? Are you wondering whether you can plant outside now? Do you need help with selecting plant material for your home? Well if you answered yes to any of these questions the Master Gardeners of Camden County are here to help.
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Become a Rutgers Master Gardener of Camden County
Do you want to increase your knowledge of the garden? Are you a novice gardener who wants to learn more? The Rutgers Master Gardener Course is offered from February 5, 2019 through April, 9 AM until noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The last day to register is January 31. This science-based course is presented at the Camden County Parks Environmental Center, 1301 Park Blvd., Cherry Hill, NJ 08002. The fee is $250 which includes lectures, handbook and class material. To register for the class, call Becki Szkotak, Program Associate at 856-216-7130 or email her at Szkotak@njaes.rutgers.edu. Download and print the registration form.
A registration form and fee must be received by January 31, 2019. For questions or more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (856) 216-7130, and visit www.mastergardenerscamdencounty.org.