Celebrate Master Gardener Volunteer Week - April 5 – 9, 2021

Celebrate Master Gardener Volunteer Week - April 5 – 9, 2021

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April 7, 2021

Master Gardener Volunteers make positive impacts in their communities through house of community service by answering diagnostic questions, growing and donating food to local pantries, beautifying community spaces, conducting workshops, and more!  Across Wisconsin, Master Gardener Volunteers work tirelessly to make our communities incredible places to live.  How have Master Gardener Volunteers made a difference in your community?

Clark County Master Gardeners design, create and nurture beautiful blooming displays at the Clark County Courthouse, Jail Museum, Clark County Humane Society, as well as the Neillsville Public Library and Clark County Fairgrounds.

They have supported the needs of the county through an annual Spring Garden Conference, provided answers for your gardening questions fielded by the Extension Office, and provide educational displays during the Clark County Fair (August 11 – 15).

Would you like more information regarding the Clark County Master Gardeners?  Interested in joining this awesome group?  Contact the Extension Office for more information at 715-743-5121.

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