The 2019 Community Project Kickoff & Registration
Being a Master Gardener is about volunteering with the UW Extension - to educate the public about gardening and natural resources.

Each year, N.E.W. Master Gardeners hold a community project kickoff event where you can meet other Master Gardeners and sign up for projects that interest you. 

If you missed the 2019 event, you can still sign up for a project.  Visit our Volunteer page to see the projects Master Gardener volunteers maintain for your local community!
NEW Master Gardeners' Plant Sale

This year the Master Gardeners are partnering with the Green Bay Botanical Gardens to bring you the best ever in plant selection!  Join us at the Garden Fair:

Friday, May 31
12 p.m. til 7 p.m.
&
Saturday, June 1
8 a.m. til 2 p.m. 

We will be selling a huge selection of quality plants direct from the gardens of Master Gardeners - so make sure you come early in the sale for the best selection!

Master Gardener Wins Silver Trowel
Congratulations to Claudia Schultz for winning a 2018 Silver Trowel award. Each year the Gardeners Club of Green Bay gives out six awards. Claudia was presented with the 2018 Silver Trowel award for contributing to horticulture over the years.  She has been committed to organizing and managing numerous projects with the help of Master Gardeners.  

You can read more about Claudia's achievement ​​​​​​​the gardens she has worked on by visiting the Gardeners Club of Green Bay site.  Thank you Claudia for all of the hard work and committment you have given through your volunteer time!

NEW MG Awards at the Brown County Fair

Each year the N.E.W. Master Gardeners award participants at the Brown County Fair based on entering at least 5 entries under the categories of fruits, vegetables, house plants, plant craft or flowers for the Youth Fair. Youth must receive a combination of first and second place awards and have knowledge of their project. The Master Gardeners Association also supply the pots that Brown County 4-H clubs use for planting at least 60 days ahead of time. Jim Farmaree, a certified judge and Master Gardener, helped judge the pots. Premium (placings) on the pots are supplied by the Fair Association.

The winners of the 2018 N.E.W. Master Gardener Awards are:
Candra Carter, Rockland 4-H Club, for Vegetables;
Sabrina Schmidt, Morrison 4-H Club, for House Plants, and
Brandi VanPay of Rockland 4-H Club, for Flowers. 

Congratulations!


Project Kickoff 2018

February 21, 2018