The Wisconsin Master Gardener Program will be celebrating Master Gardener Volunteer Week April 5-9, 2021!
Master Gardener Volunteers are an important part of University of Wisconsin-Madison Extension Iron County. Volunteers make a positive difference in our communities. Through hours of community service by answering diagnostic questions, educating the public on horticultural topics, growing and donating food to local pantries, beautifying community spaces, conducting workshops, and more, these volunteers work tirelessly to make our communities an incredible place to live.
Wednesday, April 7 is “Thank a Master Gardener Volunteer Day.” Extension wants to recognize all of our Master Gardener Volunteers for their dedication and contributions to Wisconsin. Join us by making a phone call, writing a note, or just saying “Thank you!” to a Master Gardener Volunteer on April 7th!
To thank your local Master Gardener Volunteers, find us on Facebook or call the Extension Iron County office at 715-561-2695. If inclined, send a thank you card to 300 Taconite Street, Suite 118, Hurley, WI 54534. If you would like to learn more about about the Master Gardener Program, please visit: https://mastergardener.extension.wisc.edu/ or feel free to contact Iron County Agriculture Educator and Master Gardener Coordinator, Darrin Kimbler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Extension Iron County Agriculture Educator
Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator
300 Taconite Street, Suite 118
Hurley, WI 54534