Our 2019 community projects are scheduled to be done by NEW MGA teams. The success of these community projects depend upon Master Gardener volunteers. If you are interested in working on one of these projects, please contact the project lead listed. Thank you for your interest!

Garden Series
Barb Brown
(920) 336-6098
email: [email protected]
NEWMG Plant Sale
Eileen Rueden
(920) 470-5562
email: [email protected]
              
Linda Gustke
email: [email protected]

Annual Banquet
Eileen Rueden
(920) 470-5562
email: [email protected]
Website & Newsletter
Trisha Linssen
(920) 819-7370
email: [email protected]
MG Facebook
Crystal Brown
(715) 292-0380
email: [email protected]
Native Garden @ Locktender's
Claudia Schultz
(920) 336-0030
email: [email protected]
Native Garden @
Neville Museum
Claudia Schultz
(920) 336-0030
email: [email protected]
Square Foot Garden @
St Mark Church
Mary Sprangers
(920) 680-2546
[email protected]
Square Foot Garden @
the YMCA
Jo Ann Holloway
(920) 336-7988
[email protected]
Perennial Garden @
UWEX
Lee Richardson
(920) 336-5331
email: [email protected]
Children's Edible Garden @
the BC Library
Steve Herro
(920) 217-8213
[email protected]
Small Space Garden @
GBBG
Shirley Maenner
(920) 434-0291
email: [email protected]
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 Jim Radey
(920) 360-3891
email: [email protected]
Rose Garden @
UWEX
Anita Mueller
920-845-2647
email: [email protected]
Tank Garden @
Heritage Hill
Kyle Gigot
(920) 680-1625
email: [email protected]
Raised Bed Gardens @
the ADRC
Lee Richardson
(920) 336-5331
email: [email protected]
Plant Diagnostic Help
Doug Hartman
(920) 445-9530
email: [email protected]

The Value of Master Gardener Volunteers

UW-Extension Master Gardener Volunteers keep a record of volunteer activity and continuing education hours throughout the year which are both required to achieve and maintain certification as Master Gardeners.

In 2018, 84 local county volunteers reported 2,992 hours of volunteer time at 11 community projects.

147 hours were direct education in the community;
146 hours were dedicated to youth education;
2,699 hours were community service. ​


Additonally, 845 hours of were committed to continuing education to improve their horticultural knowledge.