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.
Orchids of Manitoba – Second Edition – Book Launch
Friday, September 30, 2016 – 7:00pm
Location: McNally Robinson Booksellers, Atrium
Grant Park Mall, Winnipeg, MB
With the addition of 20 more pages of content and 12 new colour photos, this new edition contains updates to previous sections and the addition of the 37th known in Manitoba. New material includes a section about Native Orchid Conservation Inc., a quick reference guide, and a write-up on the newly-opened Brokenhead Wetland Interpretive Trail.
All welcome – please join us to celebrate another achievement for this small non-profit charity that is so passionate about the amazing wild orchids that grow here in our province.
Manitoba Regional Lily Society
Fall Sales Dates – 9am to 4pm
Brandon – Saturday, October 1, 2016 – Central Community Centre, 529 – 4th Street
Dauphin – Saturday, October 8, 2016 – Market Place Mall, 1450 Main St. South
Don’t waste the abundance of fruit in your yard this year! From rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, saskatoons, cherries, apples, pears and others. Sign up with Fruit Share’s Fruit Connect to have your fruit picked and shared. 1/3 for the home owner, 1/3 given to a community organization and 1/3 kept by the pickers. Just $10.75 a year entitles you to register your fruit to be picked and also to pick fruit at other locations in your area.
Join Now! Click the link. Fruit Connect for more information and to sign up.
The Prairie Garden 2016 Edition: Fruit and Berries
The 76th edition brings gardeners exciting plant options for the Prairies, with fruits and berries featured. Edible gardening is currently extremely popular. The 2016 edition of The Prairie Garden will amaze readers with how successful and diverse the current choices for fruit and berry plants are for gardeners on the northern prairies. Beautiful full-colour photographs are featured throughout. To purchase a copy send your request with a cheque or money order for $22.45 (taxes and shipping included) to: The Prairie Garden, P.O. Box 517, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 2J3. Orders may also be placed by visting: www.prairiegarden.ca ; telephone: 204.388.5340 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 2015/16 meeting schedules or events on our Resources section under Garden Club News. To submit please send your information to: email@example.com We look forward to helping you advertise your event.
For all inquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org