How to Become a Certified Master Gardener
Getting your MG Certification
To become a Certified Master Gardener, a person must successfully complete 30 hours of classroom education, and then give 30 hours of approved volunteer work to their community within one year of completing the classroom work. The course fee is $100, which covers the cost of class materials. This fee will cover the Master Gardener Manual, Master Gardener, ID Badge, class refreshments and all of the classes.
Retaining your MG Certification
In order to retain Certified Master Gardener status, members must complete 6 hours of educational classes and 12 hours of volunteer time each year after completing their initial Certification requirements.
For further information, contact the Cabell County Extension Office at 304-743-7131, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cabell County Master Gardener classes are available to all persons without regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, or national origin.
Cabell County Master Gardener Classes will include Orientation, Botany, Insect Management,
Soils and Fertilizer, Pesticide Safety, Plant Disease Management, and various other topics!