Master Gardener of the Season
Master Gardener of the Winter Season!
AND, We are Happy to Announce that Lynn is the
Bexar County Master Gardener of the Year for 2017
Master Gardener Certification Stars
The following Bexar County Master Gardeners have achieved their 2017 Master Gardener Certification and may now wear the 2017 Cowboy Boot Pin!
Certification is earned when a MG completes 30+ volunteer hours and six CEU hours, including three required hours from attending the BCMG monthly meetings and program.
Pins may be picked up at the monthly meeting. Email Susan Noonan for other delivery options.
Liu, Ling Yin
Pease, Ann Marie
Master Gardener Specialist Stars
Texas Master Gardener Specialist are a corps of Master Gardeners who support and expand the Bexar County educational programs of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service.
Specialist training is designed to empower the Master Gardener with the knowledge and skills required to effectively support designated programs or projects, to include administration of projects, training of Master Gardeners, clientele presentations, and/or applied research and demonstrations.
Specialist have received a minimum of 16 hours of subject matter training: formal classroom training, field trips and tours, mentoring by experts, and/or self-directed study. Following completion of the training requirement, each individual has completed a minimum of 20 hours of volunteer service in the designated program or project to obtain this title of Master Gardener Specialist.
We are proud to have the following
Master Gardener Specialists as
Firewise Landscape Specialist
First Detector Plant Disease Specialist
Fruit Tree Specialist
Greenhouse Management Specialist
Irrigation Efficiency Training Specialist
Oak Wilt Specialist
Rainwater Harvesting Specialist
Plant Propagation Specialist
Texas Superstar Plant Specialist
Tomato 101 Specialist
Tree Care Specialist
Vegetable Gardening Specialist