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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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The CSU Extension Pueblo County Horticulture program is your go-to destination for advice on planting, if you need a diagnosis of your garden/lawn problem, classes to learn about your yard & garden, local food production, and so much more.

Master Gardeners

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.

Visit our Master Gardener page for details and application information.

Native Plant Masters

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NPM Program
The Native Plant Master® Program is a fun way to spend time in the field, getting to know the plants of southeastern Colorado. Please contact the CSU Extension/Pueblo County office to find out when the next course will be offered.

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Click the link below. If you fill out just your contact information you will be subscribed to all of our Horticulture email lists, including those we send with class information.  If you want specific information on becoming a Colorado Master Gardner or to receive our newsletter, you can indicate that on the form.

Please note that Extension programs do not share or combine mailing lists