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Master Gardener Volunteers

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Ohio Master Gardener Volunteers contributed more than 184,000 hours of service in 2015, totaling more than $4 million in services to their communities
There are currently 2,927 active MGVs in Ohio; 280 new MGVs were trained in 2015..
MGVs teaching about plant problems
 

Master Gardener Volunteers

News

  1. Tiger posing at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

    MGV Continuing Education Comes Alive at the Cleveland Zoo

    Sep 13, 2016

         The 183 acres of the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo was the playground of continuing education for 30 Cuyahoga County MGVs.  Leigh Anne Lomas, the new Zoo horticulturalist and Facilities Manager, hosted a tour for the Master Gardeners this summer.

  2. members of the advisory committee on a tour.

    State MGV Advisory Committee Meeting Held at an Incredible Location in Columbus!

    Sep 9, 2016

    Writer: Pamela J. Bennett

    Wow wow wow!  On Thursday September 8th, 16 members of the State MGV Advisory Committee held a meeting at the Wilma H. Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Reserach Park.  It was a great place for a meeting but even more, we learned about a wonderful resource for MGVs and Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalists to learn from and to go for a field trip. Located on the northern edge of the OSU Campus and along the Olentangy River, this 52-acre urban research site is pretty incredible.  When on the site, you don't even realize that you are in the city.

  3. Greene MGVs Adopt Sweet Arrow Reserve Mitigation Project

    Aug 18, 2016

                The Sweet Arrow Reserve, the newest and largest park in the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Parks District, is adjacent to the Cornerstone Development. The Little Sugar Creek happens to run through the Sweet Arrow Reserve at the bottom of a major flood plain. OSU Extension Greene County Master Gardeners are putting their concern into action in an attempt to stem the significant erosion caused by the recent increase in real estate development.