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James City County/Williamsburg
Master Gardeners

The Master Gardener Program

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site last updated 15 Aoril 2014 bywebmaster

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Welcome to the website of the James City County/Williamsburg (VA) Master Gardeners. We support Virginia Cooperative Extension with a range of public outreach and educational programs serving our area, including turf and lawn, landscape, and plant disease clinics, therapeutic gardening, extension help desk, and a range of gardening projects with children. Please follow the links to your left to explore our programs. Or, use the Google search bar (below) to look for a specific topic of interest to you.

Mission of the James City County/ Williamsburg (JCC/W) Master Gardeners

The purpose of the James City County/Williamsburg  Master Gardener is to learn, educate, and communicate environmentally sound horticultural practices to the community.  Trained by the Virginia Cooperative Extension, Master Gardener volunteers are committed to offering information to the public through sustainable landscape  management educational programs.

Spring in the Garden Tour Flyer, Saturday May 3rd HERE (pdf)

New Master Gardener Class Graduates

The Virginia Cooperative Extension, James City County Williamsburg Master Gardeners, recently held a celebration for the graduating class of interns who completed their course work and 70 hours of volunteer hours which qualified them to receive the Master Gardener status. A presentation of their intern time spent in the classroom, working on many of the community projects, and field trips were some of the highlights of their busy year. A reception in their honor followed.

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