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The Pueblo County Extension office provides assistance and programs for citizens in five main areas: Agriculture, Horticulture, Family and Consumer Science, Natural Resources and 4-H Youth Programs.

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Would you like to expand your Colorado gardening knowledge? Perhaps you have a desire to help your community out with their gardening issues? Or maybe you would like to meet other local gardeners and get involved with local projects? If this sounds like a good time then the Colorado Master Gardener program in Pueblo County is for you! There are two program options:

Option 1: Colorado Master Gardener Program

  • $185 (doesn’t include books/materials fee) plus 50-hour volunteer commitment
  • Applications due January 6, 2017

Option 2: Colorado Gardener Certificate Program

  • $530 (doesn’t include books/materials fee) no volunteer commitment
  • Applications due January 20, 2017

For both programs classes are held on Thursdays, January 26-April 6, 2017, from 9 am to 4 pm at the CSU Extension office.

For complete, detailed, information and requirements for and about the Colorado Master Gardener program, download this .pdf:  2017 Master Gardener Program

Application for the CMG Program (Option 1): CMG Application
Application for the CGC Program (Option 2): CGC Application

Colorado Master Gardener Volunteers assist Colorado State University Extension staff in delivering knowledge-based information about home gardening to foster successful gardening.  Participants receive intensive Colorado Master Gardener Training during the 10-week course.

The Colorado Master Gardener (CMG) audience is exclusively home gardeners. CMG volunteers serve by answering gardening questions, staffing diagnostic clinics, teaching gardening classes, writing newspaper articles, and mentoring community gardening and greening projects.