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Master Gardeners are individuals who are passionate about gardening.  We are part of a vast international non-profit Master Gardener organization.  Master Gardeners are a respected group of horticultural persons educated and certified through accredited universities or colleges.  Experienced in gardening knowledge, we love to ‘pass on our knowledge’ through various mediums such as seminars, workshops, tv/radio appearances, info booths or helping organizations begin gardening programs.  The volunteer opportunities are varied and rewarding.

We want to help the gardeners of Manitoba be inspired and motivated in the joy of gardening.

The Manitoba Master Gardener Association was formally organized in 2011 as a supporting and networking body for Master Gardeners in Training as well as Certified Master Gardeners in the Province of Manitoba.  The concept of the MMGA began in July, 2010 when a group of Master Gardeners recognized  the need for a central organization to facilitate communication between Master Gardeners in Manitoba.

 

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Interested in Becoming a Master Gardener?

Brandon Information Evening – September 18th, 2014 – 7pm – 9pm

Assiniboine Community College – 1430 Victoria Avenue East, Classroom 244

 

The Manitoba Master Gardener Association and Assiniboine Community College are teaming up to answer all your questions about the program and the Association.

* it’s an opportunity to learn, share gardening experiences and develop friendships through community volunteerism

* Master Gardeners take pride in achieving their certification and continue to share their knowledge with others in the community

* the certification is designed to provide up-to-date information on various gardening topics and combines home studies, classroom instruction, an internship and final exam.

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Master Composter Training and Volunteer Program

Register for the 2014 Fall Program

presented by the Green Action Centre – www.greenactioncentre.ca

Back by popular demand, Green Action Centre is offering another Master Composter training program this fall.  This is a hands-on 12 hour composting course and volunteer program that will guide you through the details of composting and connect you with the Earth and and network with like-minded individuals.  Beginners are welcome!

Dates:  Thursday, Sept. 18 – 6pm to 9pm

Thursday, Sept. 25 – 6pm to 8:30pm

Saturday, Sept. 27 – 1pm to 4:30pm  (rain date Oct. 4)

Thursday, Oct. 9 – 6pm to 9pm

Participants are expected to attend all classes to complete the course.

Location:  Eco Centre – 303 Portage & Riverview Community Garden – 90 Ashland Avenue, Wpg., MB

Cost:  $100. to cover initial cost of program.  Upon completion of volunteer hours, choose to receive a $50. refund or donate to the Green Action Centre.

Contact:  Jennifer – 204 – 925-3776  email:  compost@greenactioncentre.ca

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Manitoba Communities in Bloom – Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony

September 5 & 6, 2014 – Dauphin, MB

For more info:  http://www.mbcommunitiesinbloom.ca/   or phone:  204-572-4004

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Friends of Gardens Manitoba – Fall Plant Sale

Saturday, September 20th, 2014 – 9am – 1pm

CMU North Campus, 500 Shaftesbury Blvd., Wpg. MB

Selection of Spring Bulbs – over 1000 ordered

Perennials for fall planting

Shrubs

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 Fall Surplus Plant Sale – Beausejour Daylily Gardens

Saturday, September 20th, 2014 – 9am – 1pm

at the Beausejour Daylily Gardens, 1st Street North, Beausejour, MB

This is a rain or shine event.  More info:  204-268-3950  or  www.beausejourdaylilygardens.com

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Daly House Museum, Victorian Garden, Brandon, MB

Request – Daly House Museum is landscaping with heritage perennials.  They are currently looking for two chrysanthemums developed in the 1950′s called Cindy Brandon and Susan Brandon.  Cindy is pink and Susan is a red variety.  If you are willing to share a piece of both or either one,

Please contact:  Brenda   email:   valleyrimgirl@inetlinkwireless.ca

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Manitoba Eco-Network – Organic Lawn Care

Learn the skills of caring for your lawn organically.

For more info:  http://www.mbeconetwork.org/projects/organic-lawn-care

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Master Gardeners and Master Gardeners in Training (MGIT)

Association members:   access volunteer opportunities on the Member Login page frequently.  Postings are arriving weekly.

To all Manitoba Garden/Horticultural or Garden related organizations!!

This website is a great opportunity for your organization to post or advertise 2014/15 meeting schedules or events on our Resources section under Garden Club News.  To submit please send your information to:   ask@mgmanitoba.com     We look forward to helping you advertise your event.

 

 

For all inquiries contact ask@mgmanitoba.com

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