In the Idaho Master Gardener Pesticide Policy The audience will learn the Idaho Master Gardener Pesticide policy and how it should be applied to pesticide recommendations. For more information contact: Montessa Young, Washington County Extension Educator in Idaho at email@example.com
- Teacher: Montessa Young
Students of this course will learn a broad overview of horticultural subjects. Topics will include herbaceous and woody plant selection, soil health, identifying common insect pests, diagnosing plant diseases, landscape design, tree planting and care, raised beds, establishing and maintaining turf, vegetable production, fruit crops and oh so much more! For more information or to enroll contact Esther E. McGinnis, Master Gardener Coordinator, at 701-231-7406 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
eLearning Urban Forestry is a self directed course for Foresters, Natural Resource Professionals and Allied Professionals. In this online course learners will learn the basics of urban forest management.
For more information contact:
- Teacher: Sarah Workman
Blended Master Gardener Training for Yamhill County is an instructor-led blended course designed for Oregon State University Master Gardener™ trainees. Participants will gain knowledge of resources, acces to individual training modules on many relevant subjects from taking this course. It is open to Yamhill County Master Gardener trainees and trainees or master gardeners from other counties by permission of the instructors. For information or to enroll contact Linda McMahan or Debra Zaveson at Oregon State University Extension, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Mary Meyer, email@example.com and Karen Jeannette, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coos County Master Gardener Training is a fee-based course composed of classroom instruction with resources and quizzes available through this online portal. Students in the course will learn a broad overview of horticulture subjects including botany, entomology, composting/vermiculture, soils, water conservation in the garden, and much more. For more information or technical support contact MG Coordinator Cindy Peterson at 541-572-5263, ext. 299 or email email@example.com
Greenville County Master Gardener Training Class is a blended course for non-professional volunteers who will learn about gardening practices in Upstate South Carolina and have a knowledgebase to assist others with their lawn and garden problems. For more information, contact Cory Tanner, Clemson Extension at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Teacher: Cory Tanner
Growing Tomatoes with IPM is designed for Master Gardeners who will learn how to prevent pests on tomatoes
from the beginning to the end of the growing season through lessons on variety selection, best planting practices, and cultural information and will be instructed on how to recognize leaf spots, early and late blight and bacterial spot.
Once you register for the class, you will have unlimited time to complete the work at your own pace.
For more information, contact: Mary Meyer, University of Minnesota, email@example.com
“Are you interested in learning how to garden more effectively? Would an online gardening class fit more easily into your schedule? Want to garden, but don't have the time to volunteer? Would love to become a Master Gardener, but can't make the in person classes? If any of these questions apply to you, then maybe it's time to think about taking Master Gardener training in an online environment!”
Extension agents, Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), volunteers in the Alabama Master Gardeners Association (AMGA), and others interested in gardening who take this course will go through 16 topics ranging from Soils and Plant Nutrition, Botany, Insect Management, Plant Diseases, Plant Propagation, Ornamentals, Lawns, Vegetable Gardens, Fruit, Indoor, Plants, etc.
For more information contact: Leslie Cordie with Auburn University at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this self-directed module on general plant diagnostic concepts, Master Gardener Volunteers will learn how to approach diagnostic dilemmas, how to ask questions and how to become a better diagnostician.
Teacher: Denise Ellsworth, OSU Extension, email@example.com
The Clemson Extension Midlands Master Gardener Training Course is a blended course for horticultural non-professionals to gain general horticulture knowledge applicable in South Carolina’s Midlands Region (Aiken, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, and Richland Counties). Participants will build a basic horticultural knowledge base to help disseminate research-based information to the citizens of the state.
For additional information contact:
Consumer Horticulture Extension Agent/Master Gardener Coordinator
Clemson University Cooperative Extension
- Instructor: Vicky Bertagnolli
Review of Procedures for Master Gardener Clinics is a required training for certification for new and continuing master gardeners in Yamhill County, Oregon. This is totally online training. The purpose is to provide standard procedures for master gardeners in the county when they deal with the public and their gardening questions. It will cover basics of working with the public, the “Dos and Don’ts” when it comes to answering questions, and guidelines for what kinds of questions are appropriate to answer and which are not. It will include videos, self-correcting quizzes, problem solving, and other relevant activities. For more information contact Linda McMahan with Oregon State at firstname.lastname@example.org
South Carolina Master Gardener Online is an instructor-led course designed for adults. Enrollees will graduate with a certificate in Home Horticulture. For more information or to enroll contact Dr. James Blake with Clemson University at email@example.com
The Tri County Master Gardener Continuing Education/Re-certification Course is designed for Master Gardeners who have not maintained certification requirements and need to re-certify or any Master Gardener who would like to earn continuing education credits prior to the end of the year who will learn about updated information on key topics that relate Master Gardener volunteer service in the areas of plant pathology, invasive plants, turf and pest management. For more information, contact:
Amy Dabb, Extension Horticulture Agent
Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service
- Teacher: Amy Dabbs
Tri County Master Gardener Training is a blended fee based course for students from Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester counties of South Carolina. Participants will gain general, broad-spectrum horticulture knowledge by taking this course and become better prepared to help disseminate research based information to the citizens of their counties. Instructor: Amy L. Dabbs, Clemson University Cooperative Extension firstname.lastname@example.org
- Instructor: Amy Dabbs