The Master Gardener Program was created to meet the requests from home gardeners for horticultural information. To become a MG one must successfully complete the in-class training portion of the program and complete a predetermined number of volunteer hours.
Membership in the Northern Kentucky Master Gardener Association is open to any individual, organization, business entity, public agency, or group having an interest in the activities and mission of the Association, without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.
How to become a Master Gardener
Application packets are available from the following County Cooperative Extension Services locations:
PO Box 876, 6028 Camp Ernst Road, Burlington, KY 41005-0876
ATTN: Gina Ligon
3500 Alexandria Turnpike, Highland Heights, KY 41076-1705
ATTN: Terri Turner
10990 Marshall Road, Covington, KY 41015-9326
ATTN: Mary Ann Shultz
- Speakers and Workshops at the reduced NKYMGA member rate
- Presentations at no charge
- Socials and opportunities to network with fellow Master Gardeners
- Field Trips and Site Visits
Plus discounts with our partners at the following locations;