Richmond City Master Gardener Program
Master Gardeners are trained and supervised under the auspices of Cooperative Extension. When an individual works as a Master Gardener, he or she acts as a representative of Cooperative Extension within the Richmond City Community.
What is a Virginia Master Gardener?
An individual who acts on behalf of VCE as a volunteer educator within his or her community after receiving specialized training in environmental horticulture through cooperative programming with VCE.
What is the role of Virginia Master Gardeners?
These volunteer educators serve as partners with VCE to promote and present programs on all aspects of horticulture to protect and enhance the environment, including turf, landscape, vegetables, trees and shrubs, and pest management practices.
Master Gardener Brochure (PDF | 485KB)
2013 Master Gardener Application (PDF | 350KB)
Virginia Master Gardener Program Website
2013 Intermediate 4-H Congress
When: July 15-17, 2013
Where: Virginia State University
Who: Participants - Ages 11-13
Cost: $60.00 per child
Counselors - rising high school juniors and seniors who have completed 4-H mentor training
For more information, contact Jessica Brown at email@example.com
2013 Intermediate 4-H Congress Flyer (PDF | 458KB)
2013 Intermediate 4-H Congress Information Packet (PDF | 922KB)
2013 4-H Junior Camp
Join youth ages 9-13* from Lancaster, Northumberland and Mathews counties and the city of Richmond for great classes and great fun! Camp is held at the Jamestown 4-H Center in Williamsburg.*Youth must reach their 9th birthday by 9/30/13. For more information, contact Sarah Morton, 4-H Extension Educator at (804) 786-4150.
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