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2018 Colorado Master Gardener Information:

Here’s the scoop about the 2018 Classes:
Dates: Classes start January 18 and go until April 5 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Fees: $185 + material fees + 50 volunteer hours for the Colorado Master Gardener (CMG) or $530 + material fees and no volunteer hours for Colorado Garden Certificate (CGC)
Deadlines: Applications are due December 29, 2017. Application process for CMGs includes a background and reference check, an interview, and the fee. CGCs just fill out the application and pay the fee.

You can find information on the 2018 program here: 2018 Training and Application Information. This document outlines the local program and the class options and details about the CMG application process.

Fill out the 2018 Colorado Master Gardener application if you are interested in being a volunteer and are able to commit to volunteering 50 hours.  This option requires a background check, references and an interview.

Fill out the 2018 Colorado Gardener Certificate Student Enrollment Form if you aren’t able to or are not interested in being a volunteer. Send this form to our office along with your payment. There is no volunteer time required but you pay full price for the training.

2018 Schedule of Topics. All classes take place at the CSU Extension office on Thursdays, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with a break for lunch.