About Master Gardener Volunteer Program
The Union County Master Gardener Program is entering its' 18th year supported by the expertise of The Ohio State University Extension Service. Applicants to the Master Gardener Program in Union County progress through a selection process consisting of an interview and test prior to entrance into the Master Gardener Program. If accepted, aspiring Master Gardeners attend a comprehensive training course taught by the Ohio State University Extension specialists, staff and local experts.
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Master Gardener Scholarship
At the May 28 meeting of the Union County Master Gardeners, Skylar Foos received the fourth annual scholarship awarded to a Union County resident who is planning advanced study in the field of plant science.
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