What are Master Gardeners?
Master Gardeners are volunteers who have been trained in the finer points of gardening to improve their own knowledge and to share it with others. Master Gardeners provide free, research-based horticulture information to Nevadans. As volunteers, Master Gardeners contribute 50 hours per year in a variety of projects, including answering telephone inquiries, conducting plant clinics, performing soil tests, staffing booths at fairs and home shows and consulting at school and community gardens.
What Master Gardeners can do for you:
- Plant Diagnostic Services
- Plant and Insect Identification
- Other gardening and landscaping information
Interested in becoming a Master Gardener volunteer?
Already a Master Gardener volunteer?
- Visit the section of our website created just for you!
- Visit the Master Gardener Program Advisory Council Website
Why This Program Matters:
Persons in need of special accommodations or assistance must call or notify Wendy Hanson Mazet at 775-784-4848 or firstname.lastname@example.org at least three days prior to the scheduled class.