Lexington County Master Gardener Volunteers
The Lexington County Master Gardener Volunteers is a non-profit educational service organization of trained volunteers who provide sound, research-based horticultural information to the community. The Lexington County Master Gardener Volunteers organization is comprised of Lexington County residents who are certified Master Gardeners having had the benefit of instruction and training on an array of horticultural topics by acknowledged experts.
Becoming a Master Gardener
The Master Gardener Program is a completely volunteer-based development program offered by Clemson University Extension Service and is designed to increase the availability of horticultural information and improve the quality of life through horticultural projects in local and state communities.
The first step to becoming a South Carolina Master Gardener is completion of the Master Gardener Volunteer Training Class (MGVTC). The class will meet for at least 40 instructional hours and successful completion requires regular attendance and passing a final exam. Certification follows with 40 hours of Educational Service.
Interested in learning more about the next Master Gardener Volunteer Training Class in Lexington? Please complete the form
Interested in taking the course?
Email Jennifer Weaver, Urban Horticulture Agent and Master Gardener Coordinator for Lexington County at firstname.lastname@example.org in the Lexington County Clemson Extension Office.
Lexington County Master Gardener Volunteers (LCMGV)
Discover who LCMGV is and learn more about the Lexington County Master Gardener Volunteers program sponsored through Clemson University in South Carolina.
In these pages you can learn more about what we do, how you can benefit and how you can help, our planned activities, plant databases, volunteer gardens, and more…
Click here for LCMGV application