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August 16, 2021 - 1:38pm -- bollas.3@osu.edu

Do you want to learn more about plants and gardening?

Are you eager to participate in a practical and intensive training program?

Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge with others?

Do you have the time to attend training and serve your community as a volunteer educator?

If so, the Lake County Master Gardener Volunteers may be a perfect fit for you.

Details on the Master Gardener Volunteer program can be found here with information on becoming a Lake County Master Gardener Volunteer here.

There will be two informational meetings via Zoom about the process of becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer. You can choose to attend ONE of them:

September 8, 2021 at 7:00PMhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/6171573051?pwd=N1dYL3pPVGxGSkYyV2ZRS3FUZDZOQT09

Meeting ID: 617 157 3051 - Passcode: 044605

Or

September 9, 2021 at 1:00PMhttps://osu.zoom.us/j/94764896631?pwd=T2UzRHczclFCckpmdk8raU0zbjRWZz09

Meeting ID: 947 6489 6631 - Password: 924988

The 2022 tentative Master Gardener Volunteer training schedule can be found here. The schedule is tentative with additional training requirements TBD.

The Master Gardener Volunteer application is a fillable form. Complete the form online and save it to your computer with your name. Then, email it to dehaas.2@osu.edu or print and mail it to OSU Extension, Lake County, 105 Main Street, Suite B402, Painesville, OH 44077, attention Thomas deHaas. All applications are due by September 22, 2021. Three personal references and an interview are also required.