The Dunn County Master Gardener Association provides Horticulture Education, Community Service and Environmental Stewardship in Dunn County, Wi.
The Master Gardener Volunteer program is an all-volunteer organization sanctioned by Land Grant institutions in each state and functions as an extension of the college or university. In Wisconsin, the program is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Extension. Master Gardener Volunteers are trained volunteers who aid University of Wisconsin-Extension staff by helping people in the community better understand horticulture and their environment.
In January of 2010 the first Master Gardener Volunteer Training session was held in the county. Class participants were very enthused about the program and decided to form the Dunn County Master Gardener Association (DCMGA). Dunn County MGA volunteers are involved with several projects, including the Dunn County Jail Garden project and Wilson Park landscaping restoration. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at the Dunn County Government Center, Room 58, 800 Wilson Ave, Menomonie,Wi. Level I Training was held in 2010 and 2012 which has grown our organization to the current membership of 35.
Like many new organizations we are continuing to define ourselves, our relation with each other and the community we serve while fulfilling the Wisconsin Master Gardener objectives.
The DCMGA is a Wisconsin Master Gardener Volunteer Program.
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Dunn County Extension
Wisconsin Master Gardener Volunteer Program
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2014 DCMGA Officers
Betty Verdon - President
Charlotte Keenlyne - Vice President
Rose Christianson- Treasurer
Secretary Position - Open
Diane Klemme - WIMGA Rep.
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