About the Master Gardener Volunteer Program
The OSU Extension Master Gardener Program is a premier statewide network of volunteer education and leadership development. Master Gardeners receive intensive training in horticulture, then volunteer their time offer educational programs and activities for Ohio residents through their local Ohio State University Extension county office.
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Master Gardeners Accepting Project Applications
Submit an application to have your project considered for acceptance as an “approved” Warren County Master Gardener volunteer project.
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